Getaway In Stockholm 3 - Honda NSX

I know this is not ok, but.. Just listen that naturally aspirated engine humming! :P

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+5 1. Greatus commented 8 years ago

Emptiest city on planet.
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+3 2. ComentAtor commented 8 years ago

you wont get many likes here with this video .. but i have the series somewhere on dvd and their skill is amazing even if they trained the routes before
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+9 3. Derpgeek commented 8 years ago

#1 It probably is like 03-04 in morning, when sun is already up. In summer time sun pretty much doesn't set. There might be hour or couple of darker hours. That's why there is so little traffic on roads.
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+1 4. ComentAtor commented 8 years ago

p.s. the guy behind this is allegedly Patrik Furstenhoff and he is primarily bike driver 70km in 15min
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+2 5. Scotsman50 commented 8 years ago

Most pro drivers would drive like this with a helicopter above them giving directions, traffic flow and any signs of police. Not impressive at all.:(
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+6 6. krillemaster commented 8 years ago

not impressive at all, just fucking retarded...
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0 7. JesperA86 commented 8 years ago

#4 The primary driver for GIS was Qvarnis and Fürstenhoff was the driver/rider in the Ghostrider movies
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0 8. ComentAtor commented 8 years ago

#7 truth !
10 or more years have gone by since i watched the series .. (four since i've bought a caravan with only 130hp)
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+7 9. MindTrick commented 8 years ago

Oh come on you guys, he's doing what most drivers have dreamed of once in a while, but we can't. The law stops most of us. But it doesn't mean one can't watch the video and think that it looks like an awesome thing to do if you have the skills. And don't come and say this driver doesn't have skills, cause he does, prob a better driver
than most people me and you know. Now, of course, this is illegal for reasons, and good reasons, most people would die trying this. And yes, we're not supposed to "like it". But you know what? Screw that little norm, truth is, most drivers would prob try this out if they were given permission and a good car and they felt good about trying it, so its not the driving alone that is dangerous in this video, its the message that some people might pick up from it. We watch rallycross and other street racing on our tv's all the time, so it's not the actual driving people are "upset about", its just the fact that this is highly illegal and we're morally obligated to deem this kinda behaviour unfit for society in general. But god damn, a car driver should admit that it would be fucking awesome to try this kinda thing under the right circumstances, if that is truly the wish. Let's not be so prude that we cannot enjoy a dream or a wish...
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+1 10. huldu commented 8 years ago

#9 They're driving very early in the morning for a REASON. Just look at the streets there are barely any other vehicles on them. It's the only thing that I find "awesome" in this video, they aren't putting *other* people in harms way doing these illegal activities(and they're illegal for a reason). There are many skilled drivers in the world but a truly *skilled* driver knows not do even attempt something like this in the first place. Not just for their own safety but for *other* people on the road.
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-1 11. MindTrick commented 8 years ago

#10 Yea, they need the streets to be clear to try something like this. But why did you reply that to my comment? I don't see much relevance in answering to my post instead of directly to the entire comment section, i didn't say anything that would require you to give me that opinion.
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+1 12. LaoMa commented 8 years ago

#9, #10: Summer night, people are walking/biking back home from bars and parties. They could have killed people. Risking yourself is one thing, but putting others in harms way is just being a major asshole, and not cool at all.
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+1 13. MindTrick commented 8 years ago

#12 again, why am i dragged into this? I get the feeling people are not understanding my comment...
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0 14. ComentAtor commented 8 years ago

#13 i agree with you .. i would try this (and have tried 18 years ago) , now i only enjoy watching it :)

it is dangerous #12 but it is in our blood (at least most of the men ) if it wasn't this wouldn't be a sport 30 years ago
(it had to end in tragedy , but it was great fun while it lasted) :)
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+1 15. Judge-Jake commented 8 years ago

If the Stockholm police are interested I think Mr Kiss lives at Vasterhaninge Sweden postcode 137 38 Mr Arsehole lives next door. Mr Kiss's Gran normally answers the door and says he's at his job, he is a cleaner on the Swedish underground.;)

For all you idiots above who think this is cool you obviously have no idea of the carnage that would be caused if one of these toe rags met with a late night jogger or another car. Phone your local A&E and ask them to give you a call when they next get a serious RTA in, you could play around in the gristle and play the where does this part go game. :(
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+1 16. MindTrick commented 8 years ago

#15 all the people thinking this is cool? I see nobody with those comments... we are all on the same page here...
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+1 17. ComentAtor commented 8 years ago

#15 nobody said it isn't dangerous and that this guy shouldnt go to jail , i just agree with Mindtrick that i would love to do that now (if i wasnt afraid of losing control, or pedestrians with earplugs walking innocently into street) , and even envy them a bit ...
when i was younger i was reckless , not because i wanted to harm somebody , but because i was sure i was a good driver that can handle it (and thankfully didn't kill anybody)
police is powerless about this, you just cant control everything

The only solution to this in my opinion is to control the manufacturers, why is that car street legal,
Why do we sell cars with 750hp? 1000hp? how is it possible that i drove a car with 6s 0-100 acceleration and 240 top speed when i was 18? that shouldnt be an option, because we have this surge inside which you cant control at young age

you cant change young men, we should prevent the possibility .. speed should be limited to track.
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+1 18. snotraddict commented 8 years ago

#9 I'm with you. I'd do this in a second if I thought I could get away with it!
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0 19. ComentAtor commented 8 years ago

p.s. a small analogy .. i believe owning a car with 300+HP is like having a key and all the codes of the bank next door without anybody knowing .. there is a risk of cameras and police .. but probably everything will go ok..

lets conduct an experiment.. lets leave a bank open for a month in a small town with no crime :)
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-2 20. GhostInShell commented 8 years ago

just another organ donor... lets just hope only him self and not draggin someone else along. :/