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In this weeks #ThrowbackThursday we revisit a special Shootout between two iconic cars from the '80s. For more fantastic car reviews, shoot-outs and all your favourite Fifth Gear moments, subscribe to our Official Channel: http://goo.gl/IPXAgl
For 1997, the FIA replaced the Group A formula with a new formula called World Rally Car. This gave teams greater latitude in design and materials including vehicle width, suspension geometry, aerodynamics, intercooler capacity and engine modifications. This led to a totally redesigned car, the WRC97, featuring modified camshafts, cylinder ports and combustion chamber. The new body had two doors. The width of the car increased to 1,770 mm (69.9 in) with a revised suspension geometry. Power increased to 300 hp @ 5500 rpm, and torque was now 347 lb ft. This special with Tiff Needell is about the development of the 1997 Subaru Impreza WRC. Don't forget to subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/hbaken?sub_confirmation=1 My website: http://www.ptd-3d.com
In this extended Workshop Uncut, Fuzz Townshend shows you how to strip down and check the engine of a Jaguar Mk 2's XK engine. New Car S.O.S. Series 5 continues Thursdays at 8pm on National Geographic. Available on Sky, Virgin Media, TalkTalk and BT. Visit natgeotv.com for exclusive videos and TV listings.
In this workshop uncut, join Fuzz as he strips down the Tilly Truck engine. Watch new episodes of Car S.O.S. Thursdays 8pm on National Geographic. Available on Sky, Virgin Media, TalkTalk and BT. Visit natgeotv.com for TV listings and exclusive videos.
The BMW Museum is an automobile museum in Munich, Germany, you can find there for example: BMW Z1, BMW Z8, BMW VisionConcept, BMW F1, and lots of other cars and prototypes. BMW Museum München. Song title: Grass - downloaded from YouTube Audio Library
Come and see our new exhibition featuring cars from National Geographic's popular motoring TV show Car S.O.S.
The exhibition features seven of the sixty cars that have been rebuilt by Car S.O.S presenters Fuzz Townshend and Tim Shaw; everything from family classics to hot hatches and elegant sports cars.
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The Car S.O.S exhibition is open to the public until February 2019.