BMW M5 E39 Winter Ride The E39 M5 arrived in 1999 for the 2000 model year and marked the first V-8 engine to be used in the M production car. And what an engine it is. The 4.9-liter atmospheric V-8 - internally referred to as the S62 - achieves 394 hp at 6600 rpm and a torque of 500 Nm at 3800 rpm. It's a fair engine scream up to the red line at 7,000 rpm. And it can accelerate from 0 to 100 km / h in less than 5 seconds. Thanks to the variable timing of the valves for the intake and exhaust cams, as well as the individual shape of the throttle, they are among the best engines that have ever left the sacred Munich halls.
Mercedes 190 at 10000 rpm Specially modified vehicles are used for uphill races. For example. Mercedes 190 equipped with a Judd V8 engine, which has over 550 horsepower at 10,000 rpm. The car is paved and lightened to 870 kg.
Cessna pilot lands for emergency pee on busy freeway This small Cessna made an emergency landing on a crowded I-20 W in heavy Christmas traffic near Anniston. The plane barely missed a few cars and landed perfectly. The two men inside said it was a student pilot’s first flight and they had engine failure. They were remarkably calm. The student was the first to exit the plane. He immediately got out and peed on the side of the road. We helped move the plane from the side of the road after everyone was deemed safe.
Turbinator II, the first car to reach 800km/h On October 2, 2018, Team Vesco's Turbinator II with Dave Spangler driving became the first wheel drive car to exceed the 500 mph barrier. Owner, designer and builder, Rick Vesco and his late brother Don began to pursue this goal 17 years ago. Tragically Don died of cancer in 2002 and never saw his dream fulfilled. In 2013 Rick began to upgrade the car with a new turbine engine, new drive train, new traction control, new brakes and new body. It was sweet success when on the first (and only) day of the World Finals event on the famous Bonneville Salt Flats, Dave Spangler powered the car through to a spectacular 503 mph run!
Porsche 911 GTS vs Audi RS4 On the face of it, you may think that this drag race will be an easy win for the Porsche. But when you look at the specs, these cars are surprisingly similar! They both have 6 cylinder engines, along with 2 turbos each as well as 450hp! But will they be so evenly matched once they hit the track? There’s only one way to find out… Let’s race!