This Week’s Video Round Up

There’s a big week of Speedhunting about to begin, but before we get into that it’s time to take a quick look at some of our favorite videos from the past seven days.

Let’s kick things off with a very cool short film from Red Bull Racing…

It’s easy to forget just how much work goes into building a state-of-the-art race car, but this video from RBR goes some way to show it – by following suspension bolt RB12-FS-00663-02 from sketch to the Formula One grid. Perspective: It’s just one of more than a million components designed, produced and inspected by Red Bull Racing’s F1 engineers every year…

A few weeks back, we took a look at the Retro Rides Gathering 2016 at Shelsley Walsh via an I Am The Speedhunter post. If you liked what you saw from that event coverage, you’ll definitely want to watch the official highlights video, as directed and edited by our friend Jason Laroza.

Next up, it’s a new short film covering off the recent Players Show 10. We’ve come to expect quality 4K event clips from Difrent, and this one hits the mark yet again.

Finally this week, it’s an update from Donut Media on Ryan Tuerck’s Gumout JDM Supercar 4586. We’re hanging out to see the Ferrari V8-powered Toyota 86 finished, and given it’s now fully painted in Rosso Corsa and reassembly has begun, it doesn’t look like we’ll be having to wait too much longer.

That’s all for now, but if you’ve caught a cool video in the last week, go ahead and share it in the comments section below.

The Speedhunters



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Every single video had me hooked; wish they were longer especially that jdm supercar one which I had never seen before. Totally diggin the mix of cars in the second video as well.


As a CNC Machinist and an F1 fan, "The life of a Bolt" is by far my favorite short films by far. Although, there is more to that story...


Thought they would use hollow titanium bolts in F1. Every gram matters? :)


The liife of bolt
1:09 I'm shocked


From this point forward, anyone from the US (especially from California) gets a free pass from any citizen of the UK for being called unoriginal, being called a biter to include being accused of biting (one's style), AND should automatically be required by law to slap themselves if caught complaining about an LS swap, or any other typical American activities deemed Americanish, Cali-style or American-type or any combination of the sort...

In case you are wondering WTF I am talking about, you obviously haven't watched the 2016 Players Show 10.0 video...

I mean c'mon!  You have a lifted '64 hitting 3 wheel motion, you have adopted our stupid fad of crew-cuts and over-sized beards, and the coupe de gras...your black guys are completely indistinguishable from our black guys!  Is nothing sacred???

Congrats London!  You are officially 10 years behind Japan!!!


There's some cool editing and effects in the Players 10.0 video but the drone flying in central London is completely crazy, especially when you consider just how close to flight paths for London City and Heathrow airports he was. He was pretty lucky not to get arrested!


Here you have a very cool video futuring polish drift driver Marek Wartałowicz and his 700HP & 900Nm BMW e21 SHARK! :)


my mum in-law recently got a fantastic blue Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 just by part time work from a home computer


My Uncle Julian just got a stunning gold Chevrolet Volt only from working off a laptop.


90nissanS13@my350z are ALL the parts hand-made per demand? Why wouldn't he make 3 more when he made the 1 so it doesn't take another day for one bolt?



Im fairly certain they'd be made in large quantities. Whenever I machined anything I would make a batch of them, even if it was a small quantity part so I wouldnt have to make them repeatedly


Phil UR 

LOL right!

They also checked the hardness of the bolt before heat treating it, not after...



I have made several one of a kind parts for R&D tests(all we could produce was the one part due to cost).
Typically, this is very uncommon. Most of the time in testing scenarios, we'll produce a small batch (maybe 5) for destructive testing. 

In the case of the short film, they surely would have made a batch of bolts. My guess is that it would make for good cinematography to follow only one bolt through the life of design and manufacturing. That way they would at least follow the story line.

The basis behind producing the batches is cost. It cost less to set-up the machine once, and produce many parts. The set-up is generally the most expensive part of production. Once the machine is set-up, an operator(entry level machinist) is brought in to simply run the machine, upload and load parts to produce hundreds or thousands of parts.

I hope this helped!




I went to two cruises the second to last weeknd and despite I couldn't film as much I would liked to and they aren't my best work... I think its something fresh to watch :)

This is with a Japanese car club.

And this is with a subaru club:


my Aunty Olivia just got a stunning blue Mercedes-Benz SL-Class SL63 AMG just by part-time work from a home computer... check out here
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That bolt story was so personal they should have named it 'Alex' or something.


as Kathleen explained I am shocked that some people able to get paid $6180 in 1 month on the computer . view it
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just as Bradley said I'm shocked that anyone can get paid $4094 in 4 weeks on the computer .


just as Ernest responded I'm alarmed that someone able to earn $7235 in one month on the computer