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Friday, February 3, 2012

Chrysler New 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 and Ferrari: Something In Common

Chrysler New 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 and Ferrari: Something In Common, Please visit - www.easternmotors.info
Chrysler and SRT sent two customized 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee at the Ferrari headquarters in Maranello Italy; the said vehicle will be tested by Ferrari's Formula 1 drivers Fernando Alonzo and Felipe Massa at the Fiorano circuit in Maranello, Italy.

The approach of Chrysler will be the introduction of the vehicle to the European market.

The said vehicle has this very apparent Ferrari touch; having that Ferrari Red colored to the vehicle, showing that this vehicle is built for speed as the supension setting and ride height where modified for race track in Europe.

The 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT 8 is equipped with the all-new 6.4-liter HEMI® V-8 engine with Fuel Saver technology that turns off four of the eight cylinders when full power is not required to ensure increased fuel economy with a horsepower of 470 horsepower and 630 Nm of torque.

Chrysler New 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 and Ferrari: Something In Common, Please visit - www.easternmotors.info
The said vehicle where handed by Beth Paretta, Director of Marketing and Operations – SRT Brand and Motorsports, Chrysler Group LLC.

Hope Chysler will officially post the verdict of the two driver about the behavior of the said vehicle.

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Ferrari Performance Parts now available at Vivid Racing

The Ferrari engine produces a sound that is pure heaven.  But for those Ferrari owners that want to take the performance of their Ferrari to the next level, a exhaust system is a great way to accomplish this.  The Ferrari 355, Ferrari 360, Ferrari 430, Ferrari 458, Ferrari Scuderia, Ferrari California are all popular cars that with an exhaust will great improve horsepower and performance.

Vivid Racing carries many different Ferrari exhaust systems for these cars.  Having sold Ferrari exhausts to customers worldwide, we even have our own Ferrari 360 Modena here as a project car.  There are several different types of Ferrari exhaust components.  Starting from closest to the engine are the headers.  Headers are generally restrictive in their tube diameter.  Some headers also have catalytic converters on them.  Headers can improve horsepower with an improved collector as they merge each individual cylinder tube into the one main pipe which goes to the exhaust system.  We carry Ferrari Headers from Agency Power, Fabspeed, Tubi Style, and more.

Depending on which model Ferrari you have, next on the exhaust system is usually the catalytic converters.  Eliminating the cats will reduce backpressure and give you a much more free flowing exhaust system.  At the same time, this will greatly increase the sound that comes from your Ferrari to be almost like a F1 race car!  High flow catalytic converters, sport cats, or cat delete pipes can throw check engine lights, so you might want to consult a Performance Specialist before you buy.  We carry Cat Pipes from Fabspeed, Larini, Novitec, Kriessieg, Novitec, and Tubi Style.

The most important part of the Ferrari Exhaust System is the muffler.  From Capristo, Larini, Kreissieg, Meisterschaft, Quicksilver, and Tubi, there are many exhaust mufflers to choose from.  Each Ferrari Exhaust Manufacturer has a different design, sound, and even functions like F1 Valvetronic to set your Exhaust from a quiet sport mode to a loud race mode with the push of a button.  The exhaust systems we carry for the different Ferrari models range in price from $2000 to $10000.  Most of the exhausts are stainless steel featuring TIG welding and beautiful quad tips.  But some of the exhaust we carry are made from very lightweight and strong material like Titanium.

Check out these different Exhaust Videos -

Quicksilver Ferrari F355 Exhaust



Capristo Ferrari 360 Modena Exhaust



Meisterschaft Ferrari F430 Exhaust



Tubi Style Ferrari 599GTB Exhaust



Larini Ferrari F40 Exhaust


Monday, August 1, 2011

Jenson Button of Mclaren Mercedes won the race at the 2011 Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix

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The 2011 Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix was filled with action. Because of the wet condition you will see cars struggling for grip. Also an opportunity to overtake other driver to gain better position. One thing that caught my attention is from the Ferrari team driven by Fernando Alonzo by grabbing the third position to Mark Webber and aggressive driving by Felipe Massa. The race ended by declaring Jenson Button as the winner at the 2011 Hungarian Grand Prix as Sebastian Vettel of Red Bull Racing Renault failed to catch the Australian driver and showing an outstanding driving skills.

Below is the details of the 2011 Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix; just what happened.

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Condition: Wet

Remarks:
DNS was used due to wet condition.

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2011 Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix: Lap 5

- Lewis Hamilton - Mercedes Mclaren overtake Sebastian Vettel - Red Bull Racing Renault; head to head race. Mistake made my Sebastian Vettel.
- Ferrari's Felipe Massa Spun; damaging the rear wing of his car.

2011 Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix: Lap 8-9

- Lewis Hamilton - Mercedes Mclaren stretches further with his time.
- Sebastian Vettel - Red Bull Racing Renault was radio that he need to pit due to tire wear.
- Lewis Hamilton - Mercedes Mclaren; car was sliding due to wet track.

2011 Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix: Lap 10

- "Take a little bit of risk" message to Felipe Massa - Ferrari on the radio.

2011 Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix: Lap 11

- Mark Webber - Red Bull Racing Renault; switch to red side wall tires, the car was slipping due to wet track.
- Jenson Button - Mclaren Mercedes; switch to red side wall tires, same with Mark Webber upon going to the track.

2011 Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix: Lap 13

- Lewis Hamilton - Mercedes Mclaren; switched to red side wall tires.
- Sebastian Vettel - Red Bull Racing Renault; switched to red side wall tires.
- Fernando Alonzo - Ferrari; switched to red side wall tires.

2011 Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix: Lap 15

- Mercedes Mclaren one and two position.
- "Do not overlap" message to Sebastian Vettel - Red Bull Racing Renault from the pit.

2011 Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix: Lap 20

- Jarno Trulli - Lotus Renault retired.

2011 Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix: Lap 24

- Lewis Hamilton - Mercedes Mclaren; tires were overheating. He was advise to go to the wet patches of the track.

2011 Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix: Lap 25

- Nick Heidfeld - Lotus Renault; car caught fire upon returning to the track.

2011 Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix: Lap 28

- Michael Schumcaher - Petronas Mercedes; retired due to gearbox problem.

2011 Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix: Lap 40

- Mark Webber - Red Bull Racing Renault; switched to yellow side wall tires.
- Lewis Hamilton - Mercedes Mclaren; changed tires, still red side wall tires.

2011 Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix: Lap 43

- Sebastian Vettel - Red Bull Racing Renault; switched to yellow side wall tires.
- Jenson Button - Mclaren Mercedes; switched to yellow side wall tires.

2011 Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix: Lap 53

- Lewis Hamilton - Mercedes Mclaren; switched to blue side wall tires.

2011 Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix: Lap 54

- Fernando Alonzo - Ferrari overtakes - Lewis Hamilton - Mercedes Mclaren for third position; Lewis Hamilton - Mercedes Mclaren is struggling for grip of the tires.

2011 Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix: Lap 55

Lewis Hamilton - Mercedes Mclaren; switched to yellow side wall tires.

2011 Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix: Lap 56

Pit advise Mark Webber - Red Bull Racing Renault that Lewis Hamilton - Mercedes Mclaren will penalized; drive through penalty.


2011 Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix: Lap 64

Lewis Hamilton - Mercedes Mclaren drafted and shoot Mark Webber - Red Bull Racing Renault for the fourth position due to Kamui Kobayashi - Sauber Petronas failed to moved over.

2011 Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix: Lap 70

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- Jenson Button - Mclaren Mercedes won the 2011 Formula One Hungarian Grand Prix; his 200 race in his racing career.
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