More than 51 years ago, Donald John Campbell sets the astonishing World Record of 648 km/h for a four-wheeled car at Lake Eyre, in Australia. But still, John was disappointed because the car was designed for something more than 800 km/h… The car was designed by the Norris brothers, who already had designed the highly successful Bluebird K7 hydroplane (also a world-record setter), a four wheel drive and powered by a Bristol-Siddeley Proteus free turbine eying of 3320 kW.
Ladies and gents, John Campbell and his Bluebird-Proteus CN7!
You all know it – that one-of-a-kind supercar, that can be easily recognized not only by its looks, but by the sound also. Nissan’s most beloved children – the GT-R – is thought to be today’s Godzilla of the supercars.
Sharp but tough look, raw power and pure energy, this legendary car has also some kind of history behind it.
Get yourself comfortable and prepare for a little piece of history about one of the most beloved cars out there. You will enjoy it!
Even Santa needs some help sometimes, especially when he’s in such a hurry to cover a worldwide huge list of “nice and naughty” – so Ferrari decided to throw a hand in and assigned Marc Gene to the job – he is this year’s Santa Little Helper, with his F138 in charge.
The video below really deserves an eye, so enjoy, maybe he will stop at your place also tonight, leaving you some car parts under the tree…
For those of you who don’t want to let their beloved 4 wheeled spend Christmas Eve’s alone, I gotta say there is a solution for you, that allows you to spend it with the love of your heart – click on the video below if you don’t believe me (also, this solution will keep your wife happy and her kitchen tidy).
Chris Northover is a well-known trials and stuns champion, dancing with his motorcycle like few can. This time, he choose the London Russian embassy to “take a tour”… on two wheels. His ride – OSET – a full-electrical trial bike.