OFFICIAL GG YOUTUBE Thread, MUST HAVE DESCRIPTIVE TITLES

OFFICIAL GG YOUTUBE Thread, MUST HAVE DESCRIPTIVE TITLES

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Thesprucegoose

16,674 posts

132 months

Sunday 6th January
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Why does he come across so slimey, i can't watch anything hes in, i guess its a millennial thing.

saaby93

24,691 posts

115 months

Sunday 6th January
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AstonZagato said:
RDMcG said:
saaby93 said:
good that.
FFS. Can you warn me that it has Schmee content, please? He makes me throw the monitor across the room. It’s expensive.
Dont know who or what schmee is but he's only a passenger
Ignore him, watch and listen to the drivers narrative
misha said:
Hi guys I'm Misha and I hope you enjoyed this video, but there are a few things I want to say including additional instruction points as I was talking about something else in the video at some points, rather than the line.
First I want to discourage chasing lap times one more time, but to encourage to put your priorities in having fun in the first place.
The lap timer in my video was purely to answer most of your questions that would follow.
Now to the comments at the lap.
3:49 Right curbstone is one of the few that you can take if "you are really going for it".
4:06 You can opt to go "behind" the orange barrier on the right to increase the turning radius of the next left-hand corner
4:20 The 2 KM sign is on the left. High speeds require lift or even tap on the brake".
4:43 Just like 3:49 you can go OVER the right curbstone
4:59 There is a window on the right in the fence that you should use are aiming point when exiting previous Hocheichen corner
5:13 On the left there is an orange barrier that you can use to start steering towards the right curbstone. Flugplatz max entry speed with decent tire setup is 170-180 km/h
5:35 As a beginner and intermediate ALWAYS STAY RIGHT! Left section is VERY BUMPY! DON'T RISK OVERTAKINGS! Use "Exclamation mark" sign on the right at 5:37 to START BRAKING UP UNTIL 5KM sign at 5:38 and ALWAYS take the left-hander while a bit on throttle for weight-transfer! Lift-off mid-corner can have DISASTROUS consequences!
5:43 The end of the curbstone on the left is the starting point for braking for Aremberg. You won't be the first one to end up in the gravel otherwise!
5:57 Use the "small white sign 93" on the right to aim for 6:07 After the end of the right curbstone aim in the straight line to the left and uphill right curbstone. If you don't trust your speed BRAKE BEFORE the compression! Braking IN the compression or sudden direction changes is asking for trouble. Once you are at the right curb at 6:11 you can brake in a straight line next to it and the start turning left at the motorcycle sign on the right that you see at 6:12.
6:19 stay as much as possible to the right and turn sharp left at orange graffiti on the barrier that you see at 6:22
8:12 Safe braking point is between the signs on the right. If you have good brake setup you can start braking at the Yokohama sign on the right.
9:05 End of the curbstone on the right is your turning point. "Ideal circumstances" entry speed (good tyres/suepsnions is ca. 180 km/h)
10:01 The turn to the left curb may require lift or even braking with less-stable car! Same goes for right curb at 10:06, most decent-powered cars require tap on the brake before turning left.
12:05 Unlike the "big" Karussell, you actually SHOULD be with your left wheel on the black tarmac bit.
12:07 Your front left wheel should hit the right corner of the left concrete plate at exit.
12:22 "Aiming for 186" I mean the marshall post 186 or the only lonely fence on the left.

To finalize, there is no such thing as "the perfect Nürburgring lap" and there are always better ways to approach things that suit your car/driving style, but those indication points will help you memorize the track quickly and effectively and most importantly to stay safe out there. And obviously if you want to see daily Nürburgring content, feel welcomed to check out my channel!?
Edited by saaby93 on Sunday 6th January 19:04

cherryowen

8,580 posts

141 months

Monday 7th January
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Harry Metcalfe summing up 2018:-

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HCuexUZOKK8

Some of the running costs are yikes

waynecyclist

205 posts

51 months

Tuesday 8th January
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cherryowen said:
Harry Metcalfe summing up 2018:-

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HCuexUZOKK8

Some of the running costs are yikes
Watched it last night, running a supercar is not for the faint hearted that's for sure.

Talking about the Espada and saying it will be around £55k for the engine rebuild

I did wonder if he got a discount on the project 8 with working for Jaguar

Great video
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G14CHP

3 posts

29 months

Wednesday 9th January
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Quentin Wilson talking about what to expect/look out for in the Range Rover Classic (Circa 1991)

Brilliant video about what the RR Classic is and was like.

Description: "Quentin Wilson looks at the advantages of buying a second hand Range Rover for so cheap and looks at the potential probles you could face. Taken from season 14, episode 12."

Edited by G14CHP on Wednesday 9th January 15:40

Cold

5,941 posts

27 months

Thursday 10th January
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French helicopter rescue services pluck an injured skier off the slopes.
(Putain is the word shouted at the end. Basically "Holy F**k"!)

https://globalnews.ca/video/rd/1422048835984/?jwso...

saaby93

24,691 posts

115 months

Thursday 10th January
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Check out the tow truck mechanism
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ZmHRElAArc

cherryowen

8,580 posts

141 months

Saturday 12th January
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Sebring 12h 1969 featuring:-

Lola T70
Ford GT40
Ferrari 312
Porsche 908

And

Jacky Ickx
Chris Amon
Mario Andretti
Jackie Oliver
James Garner (Team Manager)

https://www.facebook.com/GentlemenDriversASD/video...


WonkeyDonkey

318 posts

40 months

Saturday 12th January
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cherryowen said:
Harry Metcalfe summing up 2018:-

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HCuexUZOKK8

Some of the running costs are yikes
He's got an amazing fleet but watching videos like this depresses me how he can say something needed £20k just in maintenance without batting an eyelid!

Still, rather see stuff like this than idiots pratting about on London streets in modern cars.

Frimley111R

9,242 posts

171 months