Subaru WRX STI Shatters Isle of Man Lap Record

A highly modified  Subaru WRX STI has shattered the lap record for the Isle of Man TT course.

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Subaru WRX STI Seeks New Isle of Man Time Record

Subaru has its eyes set on a new record at the Isle of Man TT Course.

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Watch the WRX STI Isle of Man Record-Setting Full Lap

Want to see what it takes to set a record lap behind the wheel of a 2015 Subaru WRX STI?

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Subaru Launching Custom Imprezas, WRX STIs: SEMA Preview

Subaru of America will be showing off several of their record setting race cars alongside custom Subaru Performance Tuning models at this year’s SEMA Show. Also at the Subaru booth this year will be the Isle of Man record setting WRX STI making its US debut alongside David Higgins’ 2011 Rally America Champion WRX STI.

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Isle Of Man Post Office Presents Top Gear Stamps

There is no need to worry if you can’t get enough Top Gear paraphernalia because there is no shortage of collector items in sight.

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Subaru WRX STI to Run Timed Laps on Isle of Man TT Course

Subaru has announced a multi-year sponsorship agreement of the Isle of Man TT Races and rather than just sit idly by, the AWD turbo 4-banger brand is looking to participate, running a WRX STI on several timed laps of the famous TT motorcycle course.

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World's Fastest 3D Car Film Stars Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG [video]

Once upon a time having a movie, film or video in HD was cool enough. Now you’re just not cutting it unless it’s in the wonderful world of 3D. For those that have witnessed Avatar on the big screen in 3D, you know that movie-watching has been changed forever and perhaps entertainment in general. Hell, even Nintendo’s upcoming hand held video game system will feature 3D (Nintendo 3DS) without the use of glasses.

The premise of this flick is to make the ‘World’s Fastest 3D Film’ which means enlisting the aid of Mercedes-Benz‘s SLS AMG and ex-Formula 1 driver David Coulthard. Toss in some helicopters, some expensive 3D cameras and some beautiful scenery and we’ve got magic in the making.

The film is 4 minutes and 2 seconds long and will be shown in Sky 3D abroad. When it’ll hit the States (if ever) we’re not sure, but we’re hoping we’ll be able to one day feast our eyes on the finished product in 3D, the way it was meant to be seen.

Make sure to check out the two videos after the break, in 2D naturally.

[Source: Engadget]

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