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Amazing On-Board View... Lionel Regal

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  1. ferrarip4

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    Not sure if this was posted before...

    Amazing on board view of Lionel Regal, French and European hillclimb champion (2008) on the mythic Mont-Ventoux hillclim...

    His car is a Mugen-Honda-powered Reynard F3000 (500hp for 500kg)

    Check the last few seconds of the clip and what happens to the shifting knob ;-)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ssqs4S4bRGM
     
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  3. open roads

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    Shattering!!!!!!!!!

    I thought he might have buggered the first turn, then I thought, 500HP, 500Kg!!!!!
     
  4. Lemke

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    Dear lord!
     
  5. 62 250 GTO

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    There are more than afew of those kinds of videos floating around, very impressive.
     
  6. 62 250 GTO

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    Yeah, that pig didn't turn much at all.
     
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  8. darth550

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    Rivals the Audi hill climb video.
     
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    I can't imagine. An F3000 (Formula Nippon) driven by a three-time French National Hillclimb Champion.

    Like a bull in a china shop. Inches from ecstasy, millimeters from disaster...
     
  11. saw1998

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    On-board video is probably the most advantageous thing to happen to driving instruction in the past 25 years. I love watching and learning from the pros. Regal is one drivin' fool! LOL

    BTW, maybe they gave him a tube of LocTite with his trophy and prize money.
     
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