And the award goes to the winning (OK, it has not won any awards … yet) series before Bonneville.
So far we were showing photos in which the world of high performance cars appeared 100-110 years ago. It was a huge motor, tremendous courage, chain drives, and general ignorance of the real forces at work when vehicles travel more than 100 miles per hour. It was a record by the speed, but what about next bendy curves?
As far as we find out, those guys loved great huge engines, probably with huge guts, and general ignorance of the real forces at work when the car is cornering and acceleration. Respectfully say that because these people were real pioneers of the world races and this video gives you accurate what the actual car Grand Prix in the early 1900s looked and performed as a team. This is going to be powered by a jet engine.
The jet engine Curtiss OX5 is the one that we talked about in this story because about a month ago a 500ci engine makes 1000 hp, which produces mode torque is routed through all gear / chain favorable skinny as hell rear tires. It’s awesome to watch the driver Duncan Pittaway how he drove this thing on the road like racing heroes would have led early.
As stated many times before, one of the reasons why I love old cars and trucks is because they offer a travel experience in real-time, near the operator is the same as a person 50 or 100 years ago would have had. I think there is something very impressive about it. Closed off his helmet, Duncan Pittaway is driving the same like 100 years ago, the same way that men led to our book is epic … especially when burning rubber out of the corner.