Category Archive: Apex Video, BangShift APEX, CRASH & BURN, HISTORIC, RACING & ACTION, Videos

1980s Supermodified Mayhem From Oswego Speedway In New York – Fire, Tempers, and Fires Flare!

There are few places if any that are more synonymous with Supermodified racing across the country than Oswego Speedway in New York. Opened in 1951 as a 5/8th mile dirt track it was that surface and...

The Family Hot Rod: Petrolicious Tells The Story of A Spanish Racing Mini That Has A Legacy

People who don’t get cars or racing or competition or engineering or work tend to dismiss the rest of us and our obsession with the machines that we create, watch, operator, or observe....

This ProCharged, Manual-Swapped Chrysler 300C’s Hillclimb Story Is Too Cool!

First off, I’m happy that I get to add another manual-swapped Chrysler to the list in my head. This car joins the V-10-swapped drift machine in the U.K., and both of the Chryslers that...

Morning Symphony: 10,000 RPM Track Attack With A Group B Mazda RX-7

Mazda’s place in rally wasn’t well established in the early 1980s. It didn’t take long to realize that the company had effectively brought a knife to the kind of gunfight where an...

Boat Carnage Compilation: This Collection Of Racing Boat Crashes Is Completely Bonkers

Well, if you have ever contemplated boat racing this video may cure you of that desire. This collection of racing boat crashes is completely bonkers. Right off the bat you will see one that’ll...

So, So Close To Right: A RWD-Converted, Cosworth-Powered Mercury Lynx SCCA Pro Rally Factory Machine!

The Ford Escort name is tied hard to rally racing, thanks to Europeans who learned that the little Ford that was cranked out of the European arm made for a wicked little screamer when properly tuned...

Hoonitruck Test Footage: The Twin-Turbo V6 Screamer Was Wild From The Start!

Without question, there is plenty of hyping up going on involving the Hoonitruck and the upcoming Gymkhana X video. Without a doubt, some of you might already be rolling your eyes at the thought of...

The 300 Idea: This Period Factory Chrysler Film Is An AWESOME Look At The Mighty 300 Series Of Hot Rods

After showing you a few goofy Chevrolet videos over the last couple of weeks, let’s cleanse our palate with this amazing video from Chrysler talking about the mighty 300 series starting from...

More Hilarious GM Promotional Video From 1966 – How Chevy Bagged On The Red Hot Mustang With Corvairs, Novas, and Chevelles

Chevrolet had to have been kind of panicked. Hey, they sere caught completely with their pants down in 1964 when Ford released the Mustang and created an icon right in front of them. By 1967 they...

Take A Ride In A Roaring C1 Corvette Racer On The Banks Of Daytona – 360 Degree Camera Bonus Fun!

We live in interesting times. Not just because of the craziness that happens in the world around us each and every minute of every day but rather because we can take things that are olden awesome and...

It’s Ford vs Plymouth vs Chevrolet In This 1966 Station Wagon Showdown – Narration By Lorne Green

Remember the good old days when car companies actually made cars? We live in an era now when seemingly every week we see news that car companies are discontinuing the production of, well, cars. Back...

Fox vs Trans-Maro Spectator Drags Mayhem: Getting Crazy And Bent Up At Beech Ridge Speedway

We have highlighted awesome spectator drags action from Beech Ridge Speedway in Maine for a few years now. The Carbon Videos channel is on top of all the action at that place and there are usually...

Testing Different Jacks With A Massive Hydraulic Press Is Absolutely Awesome

Many times we have run videos from the Hydraulic Press channel that highlight weird of funny stuff. This one is actually really informative and awesome because what our hero does in it is test...

Dirty Plays: Low Blow Moves From The World Of Supercar Racing

“Have at it, boys” was supposed to be the rallying cry for NASCAR fans who were convinced that their beloved motorsport had lost every last ounce of personality possible. The slogan was...