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Saturday, September 4, 2010

ANTOINE DODSON~ BEST REMIX~ AND LEARN URGENT INFORMATION on your rights~...



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Cirque de Demain - Festival Montréal



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Behind The Scenes with S.A. Fashionista with 210tv



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Living Death - Heavy Metal Hurricane (Vengeance Of Hell)



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Sexy tattoo girl Hot Rod Pinup Ruby



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Speed test: S1000RR v RSV4 v Hayabusa v ZZ-R1400



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ICON - Shinobi


Ninjesque. Shin Kinoshita hails from Kobe, Japan. He does things on motorcycles that aren't possible. Shin is Ninjesque - if we may be so bold as to invent a new word.

Nick Apex presents his Empire teammate, Shinsuke Kinoshita.

Music: Lehtmojoe - Tom Petty
Courtesy of Rumblefish Music Licensing Store


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Wednesday, September 1, 2010

NEANDERTHAL-Throwing Shapes



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World Debut: Electric Bikes





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Stunt-Girl Mai-Lin Motorradwelt Bodensee 2010



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3D video mapping projection brings buildings alive.mp4



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Promoter unveils F1 track layout

Promoter unveils F1 track layout



Austin's Formula One race track will be fast, have a signature start, pay homage to some of the world's best Grand Prix circuits and offer plenty of good sight lines for fans, according to race promoter Tavo Hellmund.

"It should be nice," Hellmund said Tuesday as he looked at plans for the track. "I think drivers and fans should really like it."

Since May, when the race was announced, fans have been eager to see drawings of the track.

Hellmund, head of Full Throttle Productions, unveiled the track layout Tuesday in a meeting with the American-Statesman.

The 3.4-mile track has 20 turns, a maximum elevation change of 133 feet, a back straightaway that is three-quarters of a mile long and a width that will vary between 39 and 52 feet.

Hellmund said the F1 cars should be able to reach a top speed of 200 mph on the track.

He also estimated the cars might be roaring by the grandstand at 180 mph on their way to a tight, uphill corner at Turn 1, one of the highest points on the track. Hellmund said Turn 1 could be the circuit's signature corner and that it would also be one of the four designed spots to give drivers their best chance for passing, or overtaking as it's called in F1.

"Everybody will pull out and probably go three-wide into that braking turn," Hellmund said.

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