Pikes Peak: Racing with NO RULES

2020.dec.10.
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What happens when you let engineers have completely free reign? No regulations, no power limits and whatever mad aero design they can come up with.
Well, you get crazy-powerful, high-downforce - monsters.
This is exactly what they do in the Unlimited Division at Pikes Peak, where we get to see how they stack up against each other, as well as how it can go wrong.
Home-designed and made machines can compete against big-money international car companies to race to the top of the 14,000 foot mountain. A course with no run-off, no barriers, standard road-tarmac and 2000 foot drops.
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The Unlimited Division is like nothing else in motorsport. Taking a look at the regulations, they say as long as you conform to the regular safety rules - you can do anything you like.
As much power as you want, any design and as much downforce as you can create. As long as you have a roll-cage, harnesses, helmets and other standard safety features - you’re good to go.
This leads to some extremely fast cars, and yet all of them are very different.
So what does it take to take the record at Pikes Peak? How quick is it possible to go with no rules?
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  • Hey, Where is Tajima Gravel road is a true hill climb.

    バナリン[皇帝バイキング]バナリン[皇帝バイキング]16 perccel
  • Driver 61 please do an analysis on those flying F1 race boats. Doing 5 G's in fast cornering speeds and acceleration.

    Steve FloridaSteve Florida7 órája
  • i wanna see rhe bugatti bollide on this

    Spedracer55Spedracer5510 órája
  • measure weight 1:1 in lb. then talk

    The Guns N Glory ShowThe Guns N Glory Show11 órája
  • Uh the wing drawing was wrong (3:46). You want to show the airflow moving under the wing not over. The underside is the lower pressure area that creates suction. The high pressure top has some effect in pushing the vehicle down, but it’s the suction side (bottom) that does most the work.

    Monty 4248Monty 424814 órája
  • Great video, thanks. Could you do a video on the period when the Pikes Peak challenge was even more complex, when the road was part surfaced and part gravel. The videos of the modified Audi and Peugeot rally cars setting records, driven by Michelle Mouton, Walter Rohrl and Ari Vatennen, are amazing to watch. Unlimited engineering driven by unlimited courage!

    JakobusVdLJakobusVdL15 órája
  • Build a helicopter car and fly to the top

    Las VegarLas Vegar16 órája
  • i just tell you every video that ask for like etc iam not gonna do it for exact that reason its like do you have a dollar please please just annoying as hell

    OshacoChanOshacoChan18 órája
  • Thank god he's not dead.

    Jack deyJack dey19 órája
  • so the road being cooler at cloud level meant lower traction, what if you somehow had tire warmers or something?

    Jon HilleJon Hille22 órája
  • Dr.HUworld talking to filch caopy&paste video🤢🤢🤮🤮🤮🤮

    আবুবকরআবুবকরNapja
  • Woh 😲

    William TiopiraWilliam TiopiraNapja
  • Ahh pikes peak, where the only things keeping the car on the ground is the massive downforce and the sheer weight of the drivers ball

    irvan rayirvan rayNapja
  • The group b of hill climbs

    orion porion pNapja
  • Out of curiosity. Could you in theory pump oxygen into the intake just like for the drivers at high altitudes for more power.

    Daniel SheffieldDaniel SheffieldNapja
  • 4:07 Ok that's cool looking.

    Sasha Gareau-DavisSasha Gareau-DavisNapja
  • Been a subscriber for months. Love your content and your incredible background in racing helps give an eloquent perspective of someone in that world.

    Nico LegastoNico Legasto2 napja
  • "You could even go full Adrian Newey" Surely you mean go full Gordon Murray.

    trillbotrillbo2 napja
    • don't you mean full Jim Hall? Search for Chaparral 2J 'sucker car' - 10 years before Murray 'borrowed' the idea for F1

      JakobusVdLJakobusVdL15 órája
  • God bless you........

    TTTeoTTTeo2 napja
  • I subbed because i like being told what to watch next. I spend more time looking for stuff to watch then watching.

    blookyblops and the tinfoil hat gangblookyblops and the tinfoil hat gang2 napja
  • Driver61: "Or you can go full Adrian Newey and have a fa..." Gordon Murray: "Errr... Full what now?"

    SMIFFYSMIFFY2 napja
    • and somewhere in Texas, Jim Hall is going 'WTF????'

      JakobusVdLJakobusVdL15 órája
  • it was like group B rally

    Charles BallietCharles Balliet2 napja
  • I'm pretty astounded that these cars can go so fast despite the weight of the ginormous balls the drivers have.

    ZetaZeta2 napja
  • Moms In there suv going 120 in Germany would win

    Lui TheGreatLui TheGreat2 napja
  • Michel Mouton the best ever!

    fab harlockfab harlock3 napja
  • Such a great job narrating. If you are writing your script Well Done.

    Jonathan LongJonathan Long3 napja
  • Active systems control is crucial for new speed records

    Donovan PikoDonovan Piko3 napja
  • Blablabla.... And the sound ?

    David PointierDavid Pointier3 napja
  • 5:40 is every ricers dream

    GregdabratGregdabrat3 napja
  • Now go down it

    GregdabratGregdabrat3 napja
  • Said I wonder if you know...

    Chammp BoiChammp Boi3 napja
  • Yo I just had this million dolalr idea let AIs drive those crazy machines so we could make them even faster and more dangerous with little or no need for safety features. Imagine the craziness racing can get when we don't need to worry about that driver behind the wheel going home to his kids.

    George LUGeorge LU4 napja
  • that crash was terrifying. I can't fucking believe that the driver survived that 130mph wreck. Damn some impressive engineering and probably luck/

    George LUGeorge LU4 napja
  • Looks like a good place to get shitfaced and stomp on the accelerator

    George LUGeorge LU4 napja
  • It's worth noting that the aero wings are only that huge to generate down force _at lower speeds_ than an F1 car races at. On a course like this cornering speed is where time is gained rather than on the straights so grip is king.

    BuggsBuggs4 napja
  • 4:23 What about the actual real-life Chaparrel and Brabham fan assisted cars? Trust Red Bull to invent something that already existed and make a lot of PR about it..

    BuggsBuggs4 napja
  • Isn’t it funny how someone can fly off a mountain into trees at a high speed, getting bruises and be fine. But a soccer/football player can twist their ankle and need to be taken away by stretcher. How are they real sports but racing isn’t to these people

    Gallagher TalksGallagher Talks4 napja
    • Because racers sit on their ass protected by expensive hightec cages and stuff while an engine does the work and money/engineering determines if they get a shot at winning, genius! real sports is about personal skill and achievment, not about being present while something else does the work and gets crushed for you.

      Die DampfbrasseDie Dampfbrasse3 napja
  • He will heart this (I hope so)

    Albertus Nathan WidjajaAlbertus Nathan Widjaja4 napja
  • 2:58 It STARTS thin - over 5000 feet elevation at the BOTTOM - and gets a lot worse. My poor Celica was VERY UNHAPPY by the time I got to the top.

    Brice FleckensteinBrice Fleckenstein4 napja
  • 0:09 I've DRIVEN Pikes Peak - back when the higher part of it was still gravel. (no, I wasn't in the race - just wanted to see the course the one and only time I was ever in the area). Aero is mostly a waste except for DOWNFORCE on the very fastest parts of that road, but might be more important now that they HAVE paved it all.

    Brice FleckensteinBrice Fleckenstein4 napja
  • The real Pikes Peak is the old track without asphalt. These guys in the past must have balls of steel

    Der SteffDer Steff4 napja
  • Wish you had covered any of the 2 wheel records.

    YofuYofu4 napja
  • "Beating Loen at pikes peak" Summoning Salt music starts playing

    BOESNIKBOESNIK4 napja
  • I always wonder why scientists go through all the trouble to define SI-units just so a handful of people are still able to ignore them completely ^^ 87 miles an hour. What a pleasure ^^

    Sir MuzzelotSir Muzzelot4 napja
  • I kinda want F1 to be that kind of crazyland within a certain budget. So you really can see the true genius of the engineers.

    MMMM4 napja
  • Get the 919 Hybrid Evo in there!

    HammernautHammernaut4 napja
  • I’ve raced Pikes Peak and I can confirm it’s the coolest racing event in the US

    John KennedyJohn Kennedy5 napja
  • 4:23 potentually you can go full ...what ?

    Augustas PaulauskasAugustas Paulauskas5 napja
  • so, no car limits, no track protection is all good. While Group B with power, weight and tech limits with sort of protected tracks is now banned...

    IRP MartasIRP Martas5 napja
  • They will never be at the same level as Group B

    RedDragonRedDragon5 napja
  • I might try a turboshaft jet engine from a helicopter, with six or even eight wheels and sucking some of the engine air from under the car when braking and turning. Multiple wheels would allow much more down force without destroying the tires. The goal would be 4G's acceleration, braking, and cornering - just on the limit of what a driver could stand. Also probably computer-enhanced steering and traction control to prevent sliding off the hill. Basically use some of the tricks that drag racers use to get 5G acceleration, including different tires inspired by top fuelers.

    Gary BickfordGary Bickford5 napja
  • Ive driven up pikes peak multiple times, I could never imagine racing up it...

    KyleKyle5 napja
  • This is what the modern WRC should be like

    supertrix101supertrix1015 napja
  • It is called density altitude!!!

    Ryan MorganRyan Morgan5 napja
  • Wait if you made a light nimble and fast quad turbo car with high downforce i might be the fatstes car there and because of the four turbos you would have a lot more air in the engine.

    sad potatosad potato5 napja
  • Lets all remember one of the first pikes peak cars we were introduced to. Suzuki Escudo Pikes Peak.

    IIGrayfoxIIIIGrayfoxII6 napja
  • Why don't you just bring a plane on Pikes Peak if they don't have any rules other than safety

    Yurack JungYurack Jung6 napja
  • Never fails to amaze me how safe some cars and vehicles have become, a 130 mph crash careening into trees, and he got nothing more than a few bruises. If this doesn't blow your mind, it should.

    Chops.RiddimChops.Riddim6 napja
  • So they turbo charge the car and the driver? 1:48

    Def1nedDef1ned6 napja
  • Okay i subbed. Give me one of those heart thingys so i know that you love me 😂

    John`s Rabid MuttJohn`s Rabid Mutt6 napja
  • Wait, this dude crashed at 200kph into a bunch of trees and is unharmed? Thats absolutely mad

    MaxMax6 napja
  • I didn't know there wasn't any regulation. Good video!

    En UskoEn Usko7 napja
  • Too many badverts, i lost interest.

    finger351finger3517 napja
  • Electric cars are so cool!

    ghxstcxntrxl musicghxstcxntrxl music7 napja
  • Basically Group B rally's descendant.

    Trainzguy2472Trainzguy24727 napja
  • “Power to weight ratio” and “Less air at high elevation” This means advantageous for electric vehicles, I wonder if how many participants comes with electric motors... Fuel are much lighter than batteries, and batteries are prone to overheating, but the power to weight of electric motors can be far higher than that of the combustion engines, and more weight is saved on the gears.

    Kerbodynamic XKerbodynamic X7 napja
  • still saying speed in mph? come on...

    Daniele SartoriDaniele Sartori7 napja
  • This is called racing. Formula 1 should be like this. No limits on engine ,speed or downforce ,only safety regulations. With all the regulations and limitations it has turned in to a political circus when everyone tries to find a loophole or break the rules without getting noticed. Simply unwatchable.

    tnk657tnk6577 napja
    • @Qaiser The Cuber Wow really ''detailed'' answer

      tnk657tnk6572 napja
    • That is not racing

      Qaiser The CuberQaiser The Cuber3 napja
  • Paving destroyed Pikes Peak - it introduced .... grip. It's like a F1 circuit in the mountains. The times of paved and pre-paved era are not comparable.

    MotoChrissMotoChriss7 napja
  • If there aint no rules just use a helicopter

    Jesse HaettaJesse Haetta8 napja
    • And that's why other racing has rules

      Qaiser The CuberQaiser The Cuber3 napja
  • are motorcycles allowed?

    Aaron GschwendtAaron Gschwendt8 napja
  • Why not use a plane?

    Aaron GschwendtAaron Gschwendt8 napja
  • Newey was using Gordon Murray's fan car and the difference Murray actually built the thing

    David LawlorDavid Lawlor8 napja
  • 0:44 That damn sound...

    Awolf69Awolf698 napja
  • I felt compelled to subscribe after watching for about six minutes and being asked to do so because they would appreciate it. I thoroughly enjoyed all of the exciting video and found the commentary to be quite informative and professional while being easy to nderstand. I never felt as if I were being talked down to. I really look forward to more videos from these people. Thank you for an amazing drive!

    1BulldogBob1BulldogBob8 napja
  • Man...id love to get ahold of an indy car engine and throw it into my old broken 96 firebird, or maybe a massive electric motor. I think it'd be hilarious either way.

    NeoIsrafilNeoIsrafil8 napja
  • >full adrian newney sounds like someone forgot about chaparral.

    NemoNemo8 napja
  • Does this mean you could basically bring a car with a propeller and fly to the top?

    RyditonRyditon8 napja
  • The fancy fortnight luckily twist because factory socially train barring a lyrical sex. wet, boiling milkshake

    Sy HungrySy Hungry8 napja
  • It's a shame It's all paved now, it was much more intresting when there was tarmac and dirt mixed up

    Lucio MasoeroLucio Masoero8 napja
  • 'Air being forced upwards, and less downforce on the car'. That is total bullshit. The air being pushed upwards just causes drag, the downforce comes from the low pressure zone below/behind the wing.

    Julian RJulian R8 napja
  • This channel is gold.

    GhaziB17GhaziB179 napja
  • since i'm not a crazy fast pro driver with a car that has double the downforce as weight, whats the speed limit for normal people?

    l1tn1ng b0t 85l1tn1ng b0t 859 napja
  • I think Pikes Peak should be a track in Gran Turismo.

    Nathan HaNathan Ha10 napja
  • Kinda suprised the 1978 Brabham fan car was not mentioned with the fictional redbull downforce car.

    J  J  10 napja
  • Wait, no rules..... so.... rockets?

    Timothy PryorTimothy Pryor10 napja
  • quick question: can you like pump air from oxygen bottles into engines? I know its very heavy, isnt it worth it tho?

    The Abdo KallabThe Abdo Kallab11 napja
  • New subscriber here. It today’s tech era, it’s hard to not lose interest in a video within seconds and you do a great job at balancing how much information you’re giving us and not making videos too long to not even bother starting them. Also appreciate the medium depth of information you provide. Not too crazy in depth as well as starting from the very basics for those of us that don’t have a clue.

    Eüro NastyEüro Nasty11 napja
  • Insert initial D joke here.

    IsDylanChillinIsDylanChillin11 napja
  • Can you be more stupid? Answer: nope

    ZombieZombie11 napja
  • "Go full Adrian Newey and have a fan under your car like the Red Bull X2019" Gordon Murrary: "am i a joke to you?"

    Zach RoweZach Rowe11 napja
    • Cheers@Zach Rowe Hall was an absolute motor racing genius

      JakobusVdLJakobusVdL10 órája
    • @JakobusVdL Thats super cool. I had no idea.

      Zach RoweZach Rowe11 órája
    • Are you laughing at Jim Hall??? Search for Chaparral 2J. Hall did a Can-Am fan car in 1968, 10 years before Murray 'borrowed' the idea for F1

      JakobusVdLJakobusVdL15 órája
  • subscribed, yes love the videos, thank you, keep them coming

    Tom SnowTom Snow11 napja
  • Elecric

    Joakim AugustssonJoakim Augustsson11 napja
  • Trailblazer? :P

    Ricardo RuedigerRicardo Ruediger11 napja
  • Honnigans gymkhana pike speak with the 1500hp hoonicorn v2

    a car enthusiasta car enthusiast11 napja
  • I literally just last month found an AWESOME neew coffee called "Pikes Peak Blend" now this random ass video.... ;O

    upplsuckimcool16upplsuckimcool1611 napja
  • Tesla should try this out, have they?

    JONARUOJONARUO12 napja
  • I want to see Porsche give the 919 evo to Loeb and see how fast a car can really go.

    Andrew W.C.Andrew W.C.12 napja
  • You should've atleast mentioned the Audi Quattro S1's eternal record that it set before the last part of the track was paved

    Magnus HjortMagnus Hjort12 napja
  • 1:16 Drift?!?!??

    pingou the pingouinpingou the pingouin12 napja
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