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Saw a good rally driving Youtube over on "Off Topics". Tried to link it to here so you could enjoy it. Can't figure out how...

YouTube - 911 turbo porsche rally


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Try this. Maybe it will work...


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s2A5WxWgAD4
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That dude is having far too much fun! Car sounds great, and if that's what a 4 (editted>>>I meant 5 speed, duh!)speed does, then I must have one (somebody please stop me...guess it's time for another Porsche Anonymous meeting to keep me sane).
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Holy crap, this time I watched it to the end. And I was thinking "he's not going to make that tur...." Smacko!
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too fast...

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Holy crap, this time I watched it to the end. And I was thinking "he's not going to make that tur...." Smacko!
The ouside view of the car taking that L/R kink at speed is a thing of beauty.

I was also thinking, on the last sequence, too fast...too fast....

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It's not a turbo. Otherwise, nice video.
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And from the outside, sounds brutal!

YouTube - Sideways with Porsche 911 Turbo on tarmac rallies

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It is a good video, but it does not sound or look like a Turbo to me. Where are the flames? The throttle response is to quick, too.
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Definitely not a Turbo, but still entirely badass and worthwhile for a little A/V pleasure!
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Caused me to to slack off at work and search YouTube for more videos like it. Thanks a lot Icemann!
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Caused me to to slack off at work and search YouTube for more videos like it. Thanks a lot Icemann!
Let me contribute to your procrastination...

YouTube - Full-stage incar Porsche 911 Turbo - on tarmac
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My favorite cars were the "Killer B's"

YouTube - Group B - The Killer B's (HD)

Although the 935 did well in this hill climb, but watch the car right after.

Kinda dull till 7:35 into it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u9FpUeoiJXg&feature=related
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holy ****!!!!
It was just a matter of time for that guy!
Car sounded great thought!!
navigator: "you got it, you got it, stay in it, don't lift...don't lift....AWE FCUK...........was one turn ahead on the map"
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Either his nav got lost or he lost confidence in the nav from about a minute in...many of the long straights where he should have been flat he lets off on a crest where if he was confident in the directions he'd be flat. Same in the "T" turns in the latter half of the video. He hesitates setting the car until he's 1/4 the way into the apex.

its also apparent in many corners...he's so slow in (being conservative) and then so hard back in the throttle again when he sees the out then has to overcorrect.

Watch a video of Sainz back-to-back with this one. He never overcorrects as much.

In any case that driver is better than me ;-)
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Think this Chambon-Beloussov could be a genuine 930:
YouTube - Rallye du Rouregue 2006 VHC ES Estaing PORSCHE 930 Chambon - Beloussov
YouTube - Rallye Rouergue VHC 2006 ES Moyrazes PORSCHE Chambon Beloussov 2

# How the car looks from outside:
http://www.rallydigital.be/ypres%20historic%20rally_010/photo12.jpg

Have not seen many 930's in rallying.
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Whammy! Awesome Vid. Thanks for the recommendation. FreemanX Rally Driving - Rally Driving Courses throughout Australia & New Zealand

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