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Vid of my last track day

Discussion in 'SRT10 and SRT10 Coupe Discussions' started by JasonSSG, Aug 15, 2013.

  1. JasonSSG

    JasonSSG Viper Owner

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    Here's a brief clip from my last track day. When I get a chance to edit more footage I will...I also wanted to take out some things as well. I have a buddy with a new GTR and another with a Mustang that I didn't get a chance to add their footage too. We drove one session in the rain, it was my 1st time driving in the wet and I spun out. Decided to throw that in too. Try to be kind, this is amateur stuff here.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SVI9deWNDZ0
     
  2. Jay Lopez

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    Looks great. You might be ready for tow hooks for future offs. Driving in the rain is a great exercise on the track. It really forces you to be smooth with steering, brakes and throttle. Have fun!
     
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    Good video - I was just at the Autobahn Saturday for the SRT track experience. Time for me to get the Viper out on the track now!
     
  4. Richie7

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    Great vid! what tires were you running and how was the overall performance wet?
     
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    Nice oversteer at the end!

    Good video. Beautiful car. Can't stand dubstep though.
     
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    Great video and I actually like the dubstep for car video's.

    We do some private tack days at Gingerman if you're ever interested shoot me a message. Great group, not a lot cars and very inexpensive.

    -Tim
     
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    Vid skillz! What do you use for a camera setup, and editing?

    Thanks for posting
     
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    ...............:2tu:
     
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    Beautiful car.
    Great vid.
    Rain driving is an excellent learning tool, good car control practice.
    Don't worry about the spin. You can still spin and win, ask Danny Sullivan.
     
  10. Natrops

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    Nice video, thanks for sharing.
     
  11. JasonSSG

    JasonSSG Viper Owner

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    Richie7 - I was just running the stock Michelin PS2's...Im waiting till my driving skills get better to switch to stickier rubber. I just dont feel at my current level I would even really take advantage of better tires
     
  12. JasonSSG

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    Thanks for the invite...I may have to take you up on that


     
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    Im using Contour cameras...they have built in GPS and Bluetooth which records speed, altitude, ect. Its compatible with Dashware so when I play back my track vids I can see all the info (track position, corner speed, ect). I used a Sony T2I for the footage trackside and classroom.
     
  14. Raven

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    Great vid. I liked the arrangement too because you had a little bit of everything in there.

    Nice job - and that's a gorgeous Viper.
     

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