The best car movie for me for 2012 is for sure Urban Outlaw but on second place or the best car SHOW movie for 2012
it got to be this one.
1: it’s a long one
2: It’s something you don’t see everyday
3: It’s put together nicely
For me who can’t be on these shows, this movie makes it all better cause you get a good vibe from the movie.
“For this Year it was an experience, I decided to go with a different view on H2o International, I have already done the typical Film Cool Cars and Do a 5-Minute Video Thing. So I decided to just capture the special moments that make me love H2o. The People, The Features, The Antics. This isnt my typical video and I had blast putting it together. Not for everyone, Video Revolves around 3 Cars. Past, Present, and Future.
but for those that are willing to take the jump..Enjoy
Grab a chair, this video is a long one.
Filmed and Edited by Kenny Cano
I need a late 60s Porsche
A little info
“Banks Power has upped the output in Leonard Arnold’s 422 cu.in. small block Chevy V8 from 1307hp and 1206 lb-ft to 1400 hp and 1301 lb-ft, and with that increase comes the challenge of keeping the tires from breaking loose. Even with a reworked aero package for the now entirely paved course, we’re still seeing tire slip in 5th gear at 144 mph (which is 20 mph faster than our previous best and is a new record for the team).
This video is from a day of testing with driver Paul Dallenbach on the lower half of the course on June 9, 2012. Spoiler alert: Watch out for the flying camera and giant ant.
The race has been delayed due to the fires in the Colorado Springs area. For all the latest news and updates, check out bankspower.com/pikespeak or visit facebook.com/bankspower.
Sebastian Larsson that made this movie have a really god point in his description for this movie.
“And just to let you guys now. At a festival, like this one, I’m not in the mood for setting up alot of camera gear, sliders, dollys , tripods and spend an hour of finding the right angle, view, exposure or lighting. I just want to catch the feeling and pass it on to you. Everything nowadays is all about gear, and that sucks. Just grab a camera and get out there!
It’s all about “Keep drifting fun”. But let me tell you this:
Keep photography fun!”