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Lovely car, but mostly I enjoyed this remark of yours: “At the end of the day, you are the component of the car which needs the most work.”
Awesome Stuff Guys! It is like reading a little book/taking a 10minute vacation every week. Could you add the songs you use somewhere? As i often find myself wondering what songs are played
Fantastic stuff. I’m so glad you guys decided to feature Bradley again… I really enjoyed the story of his Ferrari 208 (“Super70’s”) and I’ve watched it again and again.
Bradley, no doubt you are working very hard to make Autodromo a success, and cheers to you for enjoying the fruits of your labor so well!
Thank you so much. I appreciate it! It’s always an honor to be featured on the site and share my excitement about my cars. I have worked tirelessly the past 6 years building the company so that I could finally fulfill my boyhood dream of vintage racing. I feel very fortunate. Thanks for your encouragement!
Another great film !!! Good work to all involved.
Great video like always! Love the car.
Very good film, new one for my favourites list, great track footage too, big up to the owner, the car and all involved in making this film.
Fantastic! Another inspiring video, Petrolicious. Beautiful car and a great story. Well done.
nice video Mr Price. You must take a look at what Per Einarsson did in the north of europe with is youubr and facebook chanel “ultimostile”. if you don’t know it yet you will enjoy for sure….
Thanks fellas! And Christer, despite the sound editing showing otherwise, the backfire happens in a straight line under braking before the corner. It has something to do with front loading…can’t figure it out.
I am sure it must be fuel starvation, either fuel line pick ups air in filter or float chambers as said or just clogged carb. Anyways Alfas has souls, sure you have not said anything wrong to her. Great to see both of you in action! Or… a electric connection that touches ground when braking..
Christer is on it. I’m gonna say fuel pick-up. If so, we have a proprietary solution to this problem. 🙂
Looks like you are having fun. Thanks for sharing.
This is such a great story, loved it. Thanks Petrolicious.
Bradley, this is fantastic! Great car, great attitude about racing, nice shoes, all at my favorite race track.
Oh just right, love the attitude the cars – yep everything. The banging in corners is most likely fuel starvation and the car stutters. Check the float chambers that they work properly and fuel pick up. You may need a swirl pot for the fuel system. Good going Bradley!
Great story again, thanks Petrolicious and all the team!
Lovely aproach to track time, not only on the car (btw, one car to do it all) but focusing on the improvement of the driver skills instead of improving the machine.
I´m curious Bradley, did you sell the Ferrari to buy the Alfa ?
As an Autodromo client, love to see the colours and stickers of the “Squadra” on that Alfa.