Best of YouTube: How will a stock daily-driven Lancer fare on the track?

“It’s better to drive a slow car fast, than a fast car slow.”
by Lije Martin | Sep 17, 2019
CAR BRANDS IN THIS ARTICLE
CAR MODELS IN THIS ARTICLE

Taking a daily-driven stock Lancer to the track

If there’s any place to measure a car’s performance (and a driver’s skill), it’s on the racetrack. It provides you with an environment to test every performance aspect of your car, from acceleration, to braking, to cornering—everything. The question is, how much performance can your car put out if it wasn’t even conditioned for the track in the first place?

Liberty Walk Jimny

Liberty Walk has made a name for itself in the automotive scene for its wide-body kits. You often see them on different vehicles ranging from daily drivers to exotics. Here’s a look at the brand’s work on the all-new Suzuki Jimny.

Here’s Bugatti’s 304mph (490kph) run

“At that kind of speed, normally airplanes are flying in the air,” says Stefan Ellrott, head of development at Bugatti. The Chiron was designed to meet the 300mph barrier while continuing to keep the driver’s feeling of control and the car’s stableness on the road. Bugatti conquered this barrier with a bit of excess speed to go.

Continue reading below ↓

What happens when you approach a corner too fast!

Here’s a short video on what to do (or not to do) to avoid having to dump your motorcycle through a corner. With the humorous list-format intro aside, this guy was so calm during and after crashing his ride. We’re glad to see everything’s alright.

And lastly, a therapeutic Rocket Bunny Silvia build

For those who find car-build completion videos therapeutic, sit back and relax to this. Here’s a nice drift-spec Nissan Silvia S15, fitted with a Rocket Bunny body kit and other goodies. Enjoy!

See Also

Recommended Videos
PHOTO: Gears and Gasoline (from YouTube)
  • Quiz Results

  • TGP Rating:
    /20

    Starts at ₱

    TGP Rating:
    /20
    Starts at ₱