They say that speed kills; sometimes, it just makes you look like an idiot in front of the police.
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FROM SAN FRANCISCO TO NEW YORK
Jack is a marked man.
Jack has just found a way to save his life.
All he needs to do is win an illicit, coast-to-coast race from San Francisco to New York.
It's called The Run. Three-thousand miles of unforgiving asphalt from San Francisco to New York. No speed limits. No rules. No allies. Armed with just his guts and instinct, Jack battles a field of the most notorious drivers ever assembled. Dense city streets, icy mountain passes and narrow canyons push his driving skills to the limit. Relentlessly hunted by the police, as well as the men who want him dead, Jack is racing for his life. From the Golden Gate to the Empire State — Compete in The Run, an illicit race across the most iconic and treacherous roads from San Francisco to New York. There are no rules and no allies in the cities, deserts, mountains and canyons than stand between you and the finish line. You are Jack's Competitive Edge — Jack is in a race for his life, but he's got something the competition doesn't: You. Keep Jack one step ahead of the dangers from his dark past, both inside and outside the car. It's up to you to get Jack to New York in one piece and ahead of the competition. Beat Your Friends — Connect to Autolog. Compare your times against those that matter most. Compete to be the best. Autolog now tracks your entire career -- making every second of every race count in the battle to be the fastest to New York. Racing Powered by Frostbite 2 — The powerful new Frostbite 2 engine, created by the award-winning DICE studio, advances technical achievements to deliver a gameplay experience with an unprecedented level of visual detail, environmental immersion, and emotional impact. Compete in High Octane Multi-Player Racing — The most accessible online racing experience ever offered. With matchmaking technology, join races already in progress instead of waiting in lobbies. Create a party with friends, pick a playlist of your favorite challenges and compete for supremacy across every stage of The Run. By mastering all of the playlists you can level up and earn access to exclusive vehicles, upgrades and abilities.
PLATFORMS: Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC, Wii, Nintendo 3DS
DATE: November 15, 2011
Camaro Z28 does a MASSIVE burnout....give it time to develop....its one of the better burnouts I've seen.
Then video is shaky cause I was getting pelted with HOT pieces of rubber and asphalt.
Oh and check out he chunks missing from the pavement
For a few seconds, you give in to the spectacle of driving a 2009 Nissan GT-R. This car attracts its own entourage and then takes you along for the ride. It's not just the Skyline mystique, either. It's the fact that even in production sheet metal, the R35 GT-R looks like a one-off concept stolen from a Southern California design studio. It has as many hard contours as a Porsche 911 has soft curves. You have the key fob, and still you ogle it.
Soon, though, you point the GT-R down an on-ramp and plant the throttle. The effortless brutality with which the 2009 Nissan GT-R gathers speed is what you'll describe to your friends — once everyone's tired of talking about the styling, that is.
What you won't tell them is that you suspect your supercar might be a sociopath. It doesn't flow around corners like your E46 BMW M3 did, nor does it transmit feedback through the steering wheel for the sheer pleasure of it.
Instead, the 2009 Nissan GT-R bends asphalt to its will. When it talks to you about tire grip, you get the feeling it's only bothering because you're part of its great plan to break free of the Earth's orbit. Should it ever achieve this, you imagine that its conversation will cease and it will simply expel you into the airless void. Until then, though, you have the conn.
In the Amsterdam Dakar Challenge in 2004 i drove through Mauritania in my Reliant Robin threewheeler. Here is an impression what Mauritania looked like by then. There is no vegetation, only sand. They started asphalting the Highway, but part by part, separated by sand. I heard that the road is ready by now and that there are petrol stations now. I had a guide and we drove from Nouadibou (the Maroccan border) to Nouakchott in one day. This video was in the beginning of the day. Later it got worse and we had to protect the laptop against sand and heat. When we nearly got to Noakchott we ran out of petrol. We bought some but it was not good. We got a tow for the last 60 kilometers. It was a Mitsubishi 4x4 pick up truck with 17 people. I believe it was a human trader, but i was lucky with his help. The cable broke nine times but we got to Noakchott in the evening. And in Noakchott was no petrol either... Still no contact with the world (no gsm network) and no money because the ATM do not accept my cards. I still believed i was behind the others in the Challenge, but they just entered the Mauritanian Sahara. The next day i was able to phone at Union Money transfer and got some money, i went with a taxi to another petrol station to get petrol and at 16.00 h i went of to Senegal....
Lowe's home improvement expert, Mike Kraft, shares tips on sealing and repairing an asphalt driveway to make it look like new. To learn how to clean and repair a concrete driveway, visit http://www.Lowes.com/Videos.
This is what surfing asphalt looks like. So awesome!
Asphalt curbing also called berm can be used in parking lots to contain water or to create landscaping beds. Berm can also be used as car stops or a warning tract.
Joe Molina and his crazy stunt riding crew tear up the asphalt with some of the sickest motorcycle stunts you can imagine! Host Jason Britton brings the heat and burns some rubber, so dont miss Super Bikes!, every Tuesday at 9pm ET, only on SPEED!
Real life street racer Ryan Labarre gives us his impressions on the latest iOS racing phenomenons CSR Racing and Asphalt 7.
Grade Road and East Grade Road aren't the sort of evocative names you'd expect from the best driving roads to be found anywhere. But these smooth, flowing ribbons of asphalt, known locally in San Diego County as S6 and S7, are as good as anything we see on press junkets to Spain or Italy or Germany. No, really.
Best of all, they're part of a nearby network of roads in the mountains above San Diego that make this region a weekend stomping ground for the car clubs, enthusiasts of high-strung Italian motorcycles (who have about six months to live, we figure) and the kind of drivers who can appreciate the supercharged 2008 Lotus Elise SC.
Race through busy city streets and dangerous speeds in 3D in Asphalt 3D for the Nintendo 3DS.
Filmed at the Asphalt Outlaws car show in Dayton Ohio
A 30' X 30' Practice Court is being installed in a back yard which is a safer alternative to the Driveway Basketball court.
Asphalt is commonly used as a surface material for all types of Playing Courts