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Bmw Hill Climb Vids


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Well the government has re-opened, the barricades have been taken away from the Mall, tourists are can visit the museums and people here in DC are back at work. To celebrate, I took a moment to put together some good videos to watch while enjoying your favorite beverage, Put these full screen and crank up the volume! And do share your favorites, I know you've got them. Enjoy.  --Fred '69 & '74tii

 

BTW, best to click the lower right to "watch in YouTube". Then full screen and crank it up!

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BMW Norma M20 Hillclimb



Mind-blowing!

Hillclimb: Sainte Baume mountain, France
Driver: Alain Castellana
Chassis: Norma
Motor: BMW M3 3.0L 6-cylinder
Horsepower: 400
Weight: 1350 lbs
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BMW 2002 sequential 6 speed gearbox


Sweet 2002 M12/7

Hillclimb: Bergrennen Hillclimb Oberhallau
Driver: Richard Petter
Chassis: BMW 2002
Motor: BMW 4 Zylinder 2000ccm F2 16V
Getriebe: Hewland sequenzielles 6 Ganggetriebe
Fahrwerk: KW-Competion

More information: http://www.mp-motorsport.at/?show=content&id=4
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One of my favorite clips:

BMW 2002 sequential 6 speed gearbox


Hillclimb: Homburg 2003
Chassis: BMW 2002
Motor: BMW 4 Cylinder 2000ccm M12 16V
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BMW 2002tii 8V



Hillclimb: Wolsfelder Bergrennen 2011
Driver: Norbert Wimmer - 49

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Quick 320i



Oliver Harsch BMW Bergrennen Schleiz
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BMW Osella PA 20 Hillclimb


Fast forward to Onboard video 3:25 to 6:30

Hillclimb: Course de Cote Hillclimb Turckheim, 2005
Driver: Patrik Zajelsnik
Chassis: Osella (Italy)
Motor: BMW M3 3.0L 6-cylinder
Horsepower: 380-400
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Open-Wheel hillclimb (non-BMW)


Awesome when he gets into 6th gear!

NOTE: Fast Forward to 3:20 for start
Checkered at 6:59

Hillclimb: Cividale Castelmonte 2013
Driver: Federico Liber
Chassis: tube-frame Gloria C8F
Motor: Motorcycle
Weight: under 900 lbs
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and since we were recently discussing Robert and M10 Roller rockers:

Bmw 1602 turbo 800hk @ Dynotech.se


Watch as hands cover the ears as revs go up!
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--Fred

'74tii (Colorado) track car

'69ti (Black/Red/Yellow) rolling resto track car

'73tii (Fjord....RIP)

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Since we're on the topic of non-2002 driving videos, I'll post a video from one of my favorite Euro 2002 racers, Heiselberg.  Here he is a month ago racing in a 3.0 CSL:

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lr91JfZWuaM

 

Recon lap begins at the 4 minute mark, race commences at the 9 minute mark.  Similar to watching a Marshall Lytle race video, there's a few laps of excitement, after which the camera car calls to the front desk to arrange an early checkout.  The rest of the video is Heiselberg overtaking back markers at a ridiculous pace.

 

Unlike the pop culture hero, Heisenberg, Heiselberg doesn't brake bad.

williamggruff

'76 2002 "Verona" / '12 Fiat 500 Sport "Latte" / '21 Toyota 4Runner TRD Off Road Prem “The Truck”

 

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  Similar to watching a Marshall Lytle race video, there's a few laps of excitement, after which the camera car calls to the front desk to arrange an early checkout.  The rest of the video is Heiselberg overtaking back markers at a ridiculous pace.

 

Unlike the pop culture hero, Heisenberg, Heiselberg doesn't brake bad.

:lol:

2xM3

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