VIDEO: What does 0.005 seconds look like?

Jenson Button beat David Coulthard by 0.005 seconds at the Race of Champions on Saturday. The two met in the Quarterfinals during the Nations Cup at the Olympic Stadium in London. Button was teaming with Alex Buncombe for the England 2 Team while Coulthard was racing alongside Susie Wolff for Team Scotland. With the win, England 2 advanced to the semi-finals, where the England 1...
Via FOX Sports
November 21, 2015  |  Discuss

David Coulthard wants 'tire wars' to return to F1

David Coulthard thinks F1 needs a 'tire war' once again. This week, the former F1 tire supplier Michelin revealed that its interest in working at the pinnacle of motor sport has returned. But boss Pascal Couasnon laid down his conditions: no more heavily degrading tires for "the show," a modern 18-inch profile, and a product that allows drivers to "show their talent." Immediately...
Via FOX Sports
May 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Race of Champions: Coulthard crowned Champion of Champions, Team Nordic takes Nation's Cup

Team Nordic took the Nations Cup at Saturday’s Race of Champions in Barbados, with 13-time F1 winner David Coulthard – after eight years of trying – finally earning the title “Champion of Champions” on Sunday. Tom Kristensen and Petter Solberg – driving for Team Nordic – ended a six-year winning streak by Germany in the Nations Cup Saturday, going head-to-head with Team Scotland...
Via FOX Sports
December 15, 2014  |  Discuss

F1: Coulthard Retires After Three Years In DTM

Former F1 driver David Coulthard is calling it quits from the DTM...
Via Speed Network
October 18, 2012  |  Discuss

Formula One drives through Lincoln Tunnel at 190mph

According to the YouTube note, the Formula One street circuit is going to bring a race to New Jersey in 2013.  So to prepare for that, F1 driver David Coulthard drove the Red Bull showcar through New Jersey’s Lincoln Tunnel at 190mph – or for the Canadians keeping score at home, that would be 305kph. Here’s what it looked like from a camera inside then tunnel and then from an on-board camera.
Via It's Always Sunny in Detroit
August 20, 2012  |  Discuss

F1 racing car drives through Lincoln Tunnel in under 30 seconds

The commute from New Jersey to New York just got a little faster— make that a lot faster— if you are lucky enough to be David Coulthard and drive your Formula 1 race car through the empty lanes of the Lincoln Tunnel for a video shoot to promote the "Grand Prix of America" race tentatively scheduled to take place in New Jersey next June. Besides fantasizing of getting behind the wheel...
Via The Other Paper
August 17, 2012  |  Discuss

Golfer makes 'hole-in-one' into moving car

A video of a golfer teeing off a ball and landing into the bucket seat of a moving car 300 yards away just set a new Guinness record for Farthest Golf Shot to be Caught in a Moving Car. Really? The idea might seem pretty farfetched, but the video is pretty unbelievable. English pro-golfer Jake Sheperd launched the tee shot down a New Zealand airstrip into ex-Formula One race car...
Via The Other Paper
June 28, 2012  |  1 Comment

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