A long, long time ago two amateur film makers called the "Duncan Bros" created a story about loyalty, competition, drifting, and dinosaurs. That story became a film and was even featured on multi-million-dollar SpeedHunters' website. It seems to be one goofy, tongue-in-cheek tribute to the old, melodramatic Japanese drifting cartoons and movies, and it does its job very well - in 5 minutes flat. This is Overdrift. Enjoy.
Historic GT - Pure Engine Sounds
If you watch today's racing, its obvious that technology has improved and race cars these days are, without a doubt, technologically amazing, but lets take a step back in time and witness that which is the true, raw grunt of age-old racing machines. Everything from GT40's to Lola T70's to Ferrari Daytonas make an appearance in this magnificent tribute to the racing of yesteryear. The sight of those enormous rear tires sitting below that age-old, beaten, charred chassis, digging into the asphalt of none other than Monza, all whilst the nostalgic orchestra of nearly ancient engines of all cylinders beats and echoes across the barriers and walls, you begin to wonder if something so beautiful could ever be achieved again. Enjoy.
Horse Kicks A Different Kind Of Horse
The Ferrari 458 Italia is a spectacular machine. With 562 horse power and unmatched beauty, why would the thought of adding another 1 horse power be such an unwelcoming thought in your mind? Lets think about that more literally for a second. Watch this video to get a better opinion on the idea. Enjoy.
Drag Miata With An RB26
Those who say the Mazda Miata is a girl's car must've never seen this. Its just a simple 90's Mazda Miata, with a headlight missing, and are those 295's on the rear? Wait, why is it making the same sound as a Nissan Skyline RB26 engine? Because it makes 800 horses to the rear wheels. Why? Because Drag Car. Enjoy.
[Caution: Language In The Video]How do you make a big, yellow bus with wobbly suspension even more ridiculous? Gas, brake, gas, brake, gas, brake, gas - you get the idea. Set to a tune that makes the entire video even more ridiculous, you'll get a laugh out of this one. Enjoy.