Hamilton Vs. Stewart

31 01 2013

A slightly long video, but always awesome to see drivers compete in vehicles outside of their series.  Check it out if your a gear head.

Strength & Honor,

Robert Chew





RSR Bruiser

25 01 2013

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Robert Chew





Bulls with Wings

3 12 2012

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Robert Chew





Cheese n Rice!

15 11 2012

One day, I hope that I’ll be able to drive this car in real life in Gran Turisumo…at least that’s an attainable goal.

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Robert Chew





Clash of the Titans

15 11 2012

F1 still wins my heart!

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Robert Chew





Pikes Peak 2012

13 08 2012

The video below is of Jeremey Foley crashing this year at Pikes Peak.  It’s a good thing it looks like he got a good cage put in his car, safety first guys.  I’ve been up that mountain for Pikes a couple years back, that course is no joke.  The race doesn’t get nearly the amount of media coverage and attention as it did in years past, but it still demands respect.  Glad that all parties involved survived the accident.  Cheers for having balls of steel to even make the run.

Strength & Honor,

Robert Chew





HEART

20 06 2012

If you watched the recent running of the 24 hours of Le Mans, you’ll definitely notice the race had a fair share of carnage.  But often times, it’s the hours spent off the track behind the scenes which are truly inspirational.

Nissan debuted their new Deltawing race car which was proving to be a strong class contender, maintaining a strong pace with great fuel efficiency.  Unfortunately, while a Toyota car was making a pass deep into a turn, it clipped the Deltwing sending it into the grass where it hit a wall.  Le Mans rules do not allow the car to be towed to the pits, or for any crew to work on the vehicle.  The result is in the video below.  The drive, Satoshi Motoyama, worked tirelessly for over 2 hours with only pliers and a screwdriver to try and get the car up and running again.  Ultimately, he had to admit defeat, but the video paints a clear testimony of the hearts of these men. Literally risking their lives every time they strap themselves in, and fighting to the very end for a shot at victory.  Cheers Motoyama-san for your efforts!

Strength & Honor,

Robert Chew