Kamaz T4 Dakar Truck Chases a Volkswagen Polo R WRC
Published on Aug 17, 2016
Watch a Kamaz Dakar truck and Volkswagen Polo R WRC battle it out on Rally Finland’s iconic Ouninpohja stage.
On one side of the ring there’s the 318-horsepower Volkswagen Polo R WRC: a car that has won WRC RAlly Finland three times. Then on the other side, more unusually, the there’s the iconic Kamaz 4326 truck that is the undisputed King of the Dakar, with close to 1000-horsepower…and still capable of hitting the jumps! Would you handle the pressure of the truck behind you?
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This is absolutely spectacular!! WooHoo!!
Bergrennen WOLSFELD 2019 – BEST OF [Pure Sound]
Published on Jun 23, 2019
Best of Bergrennen WOLSFELD 2019 (Germany) Berg-Cup. Best action & pure sound of this “berg-rennen.”
Exciting rallye cars climbing a hill… ah, yes, mountain racing… a thrill a minute! Fantastic cars all going much quicker than there tame counterparts could even dream
There’s even a wicked quick 2kilo2 with a big wing.
2017 Glens of Antrim Rally – Camillus Bradley & Crawford Henderson – Stage 6
Published on May 11, 2017
SVS Incar Camera Footage of Camillus Bradley & Crawford Henderson in their Ford Escort Mk2. Upload Requested By: Crawford Henderson. This is Stage 6 of the 2017 RiverRidge Recycling Glens of Antrim Rally.
Camillus Bradley is the cousin of a very dear friend of mine and is therefore extra special in my eyes.
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Originally Posted by tolis
Does anyone know who did the longest jump in Rally Finland?
Was it that one: Longest jump in rally finland – YouTube
I think that Markko Märtin’s jump from Ouninpohja 2003, Yellow House jump, is the longest measured one from modern days. 57 metres at 173 km/h if I recall right. That Guy Wilks’ flight is from SS Leustu, jump best known for Novikov’s stunt in 2009. Last year they had metre marks up to 55 metres there and they roughly landed at 45-50 metres. Wilks’ jumps must’ve been around 55 metres at least. I think we would have some nice lengths from SS Himos “Nikara’s jump” as well. Only Ouninpohja’s jump is ran to direction measured here this year.
From the 1970s this jump by Juhani Kynsilehto in 1975 is rather big one. Legend says it landed around 70 metres, but that’s not accurate of course. Co-driver was, by the way, one Martin Holmes.
Sweet! Finland is most definitely Rally Central… it’s in their blood!