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Subaru WRX STi Type RA NBR Special – FLATOUT at Goodwood Hillclimb!!

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Subaru WRX VS EVO X Track Battle

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Subaru Impreza in The Best Amateur Gymkhana

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First video entirely dedicated to a single car I recorded during the 2017 Goodwood festival of Speed. It’s about the Subaru WRX STi Type RA NBR Special, modified by Prodrive and driven by Mark Higgins, which will attempt a record run at the Nurburgring later this summer. Watch and hear it screaming on the Goodwood …

The guys over at the Mighty Car Mods did another interesting video, this time comparison and race between Subaru WRX and Mitsubishi EVO X. Watch the video below and see who wins. Enjoy.

Practically all petrolheads will be familiar with the name Ken Block, the man behind the incredible Gymkhana series. These epic films see the talented Mr Block drive a number of high-performance cars on the absolute limit, while showing off his jaw-dropping talent behind the wheel with numerous jumps, powerslides and drifts. Now it would seem …

A Toyota Camry driver recently caught on dashcam sideswiping a Subaru BRZ and later crashing, might just earn the award of the “world’s worst driver”. Filmed in the U.S., the footage shows how a white BRZ attempts to overtake the Camry in the right lane. However, the Camry driver fails to notice the two-door sports …

The current Subaru Legacy made its debut to critical acclaim for the 2015 model year. In fact, it was so good we named it The Car Connection Best Car To Buy 2015. But time moves on and so does the competition–the Malibu, Accord, and Camry are all new since then. That means it’s time for …

1/23/2017 Subaru Legacy GT 5sp on Snow Tires – Do You Know Why! Because it’s a Subaru

Do not try this yourself! A Subaru towing a sled speeds up to 155km/h (96 mph) on Russian snowy roads.

Flat engines like Subaru’s Boxer are nothing new. The design, which gives the finger to inline and V-type engines and instead incorporates horizontally opposed banks of pistons, was patented in 1896 and has since been implemented by Volkswagen, Porsche, and most notably, Subaru. The Boxer layout, which positions its cylinders in two banks—180-degrees apart from …