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Hayden Paddon Crash

So gutted for the bros Hayden Paddon and John Kennard with this crash in Ponte de Lima 2 Stage in WRC Portugal 2016.

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Just Chuck a V12 in a Bike Bro

Chuck Beck woke up one morning and thought it would be a great idea to stick a Lamborghini V12 into a bike. Complete with carbs, his design is not only beautiful, but sounds awesome. It uses a VW transaxle to get power to the rear wheel, and while thanks to …

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Bus vs Car and Aucklands Public Transport

I took a bus. Yes, me, Moppie, car loving fuel burning power sliding crazy driving Moppie, me, took the bus. To be clear, I have taken a bus before, I used to take one home from school and when I was 10 my Grandmother took us on a bus ride …

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A very wet Lap at Pukekohe

This race was so wet the last race was abandoned Some pretty scary moments here! check out the Richards Team Motorsports video

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XR8 vs HSV – Sound off

Ford vs HSV Well, this is the best way to settle it, which V8 sounds better? Posted by Empire Men on Thursday, 3 March 2016

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The history of the Shelby Cobra Daytona

Peter Brock (not that one, the other one) at the grand young age of 22 was credited with designing the Cobra Daytona as way for Shelby to compete with Ferrari in Europe. The project nearly didn’t happen, except that Kiwi coach builder John Olsen was working for Shelby and was …

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Close Call – Lake Tekapo

Assumingly a Tourist on the wrong side of the road, this could have been a lot worse

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Buick Super Riviera Land Speed Record

“Bombshell Betty” is a 1952 Buick Super Riviera running an awesome sounding straight 8 that back in 2012 set a class land speed record. Turn your speakers up and enjoy some good old fashioned analogue engine sounds. -Moppie

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Working paper Rotary Engine

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Royal Enfield – Continental GT

Article and Images by Matt Wishart The first thing that comes to mind when I think about Royal Enfield’s, is India, being the prime candidate for the long treks across India’s abundant landscape. Then I think of English Breakfast tea and the grey and gloomy weather of the UK, the …

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