400km/h in 26 seconds

Kenan Sofuoglu Hits 400km/h in Record Attempt (Osman Gazi bridge, Istanbul, Turkey).

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+4 1. djacy commented 7 years ago

Good job but is verry dangerous, although the bridge is safe, it is still a big risk. I hope next video of that man not be how to die in 26 seconds.
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+1 2. marleymanbob commented 7 years ago

Since the snotr change none of these videos will play for me, can anyone help me please?
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-1 3. Judge-Jake commented 7 years ago

#2 Sure Marleymanbobby what you do is complain like the majority of the rest of us that you don't like the changes and maybe they will change it back.

On the case of the video am I the only one that 400km/h in 26 seconds means absolutely nothing. I live in a country that still uses Miles or MPH although for some fecking strange reason we are sold petrol in Litres and told how many miles per gallon our cars will do8-). There are 70 million of us and I'm pretty sure a few other little countries out there also adopt the MPH system. SO it would be nice rather than me getting my calculator out, if we could have a little subtitle. By the way it's 248.548 MPH if anyone is interested. You would have thought he would have squeezed an extra 2.336 KMH and made it a nice round 250 MPH Lazy.>:)
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+3 4. Thanny commented 7 years ago

#2 Make sure you're using a browser that supports HTML 5 video. All current versions of modern browsers should support it.
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+3 5. marleymanbob commented 7 years ago

Thank you #4 Thanny, had to switch to Chrome for Snotr as it seems to be firefox is the problem. #3 Totally agree mate, change both scares and disgruntles me. I'm sure we'll get use to it eventually
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+1 6. Burimi commented 7 years ago

#1 I think this 2:16 was more danger for the rider than the ride
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+3 7. fjwjr commented 7 years ago

This was literally the worse video of this kind ever. They could have placed cameras all over this bridge. Why wasn't there a shot from on top of one of the bridge towers? Did we actually ever see anything? I mean after the wasted :54 seconds of slow motion standing around?
Can I down vote twice?
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+4 8. thundersnow commented 7 years ago

Km, m, cm, mm....they make sense...inches, yards, stones, bushels, cords, knots, cups..and whatever else you can find in your kitchen cabinets don't! :|:squirrel:
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+1 9. kaleemyork commented 7 years ago

That's amazing . . .
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+1 10. ComentAtor commented 7 years ago

#3 you don't need to take your calculator out, select 400km/h and just right click on it there is an option "search google for" and then add the unit of your choice (knots, m/s...)
you're welcome :)
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+1 11. thundersnow commented 7 years ago

#10 Or better yet, just change to the metric system...after all it's so much easier :P