Carrying out Burnouts With My Grandfather And Street Racing Stories!


My Pop pop is turning 85 this thursday (8/11) so I decided to give him a ride in my corvette simply because we were going out for dinner right now. Right here is the result!

Revolution Racing at the Toyota All-Star Showdown at Irwindale (2010)
Joey Logano won the NASCAR Toyota All-Star Showdown on Saturday night in front of a sellout of 6,500 at Toyota Speedway at Irwindale.
Sergio Pena, a 16-year-old from Virginia, swapped the lead with Logano numerous times.
Logano, the 2009 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series rookie of the year, won his second Showdown race. He won the Showdown in 2007. Matt Kobyluck, the winner of the Showdown in 2009, finished third.
Michael Self crashed in the Turn three corner and brought out a red flag with 10 laps to go.
Pena was the leader after 200 laps. He took the lead from Logano on Lap 178. Jason Bowles, the K&ampN Pro Series West champion in 2009, was third and Kobyluck was fourth after 200 laps.
Logano led all but a single of the 1st one hundred laps. Pena led the first lap and Logano took over till mandatory pit stops on Lap one hundred. Pena pitted in second place, with David Gilliland in third, Eric Holmes in fourth and Sean Caisse in fifth
By Rev Racing on 2010-01-30 ten:20:09
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32 thoughts on “Undertaking Burnouts With My Grandfather And Street Racing Stories!”

  1. It’s really weird watching your channel because I see stuff that I see every day. Your grandpa lives like a mile away from me haha. Happy belated birthday to him as well!

  2. not trying to start an argument but not all Hondas are rice.i can think of at least 5 hondas that can beat your corvette with 300+hp. i drive a 2010 chrysler 300c srt8 with 495hp and have gotten smoked by my friends 1997 civic with 400hp… they are good platforms to build for racing and are very light and reliable

  3. I could listen to his stories all day, love that stuff! Your Grandpa is rad! My grandfather was exactly the same way! He lived to 100, and we just recently lost him. I miss times like that 🙂

  4. Saw your SS717 video checked out a couple others and saw this.  Awesome to spend time with your grandpa, cherish the time man….I never had that opportunitiy.

  5. Yea, if you keep on you will never see 85. Yes Grand pa he is a idiot. If I were his Father and seen this on You Tube His Corvette and him self would be Living on the Street as Fast as I could Kick him in the ass and out the Front Door and If My name was on that car It would get sold ASAP. What A Fool.

  6. I am a huge fan of the movie American graffiti, john milner (paul lemat) drove the 32 duece coupe. one of my dream builds, but i have a special place for tri-5’s. I had a 56 chevy 210 post and a 57 Pontiac cheiftain. now i have a 69 gto. American muscle is something that is hard to give up cause there are so many great strories about them, the time a man can put into that hot rod is something that is hard to pass up, and there is always great times with them, i like the channel and I hope you continue to proceed with this!

  7. hey Jimbo I gotta 95 formula with built lt4 love ur show his scribed. but u love goin from 1st 2nd an shake Lmao I do same thing! an BTW 410s best bang for the buck!

  8. Hey man I know exactly where you were driving near D.C. Right by the mall and chuck Levins. We should meet up I’m in Brandywine

  9. great video jimbo keep up the good work I’ll be watching most of your videos from now on I can’t wait to see this channel grow

  10. Hey bro found you yesterday on your video with Street Speed 717. I like the channel so far. Dig your intro thing when your videos start. don’t see a lot of people do that.

  11. I kinda sub to the channel pretty new. I saw this vlog and was taken by it. How cool 😎 to take pa pa grandfather 👴 on a ride. Jimbos TOTALLY AWESOME!!! Hey your a good guy. 👍🏼

  12. I am a huge fan of the movie American graffiti, john milner (paul lemat) drove the 32 duece coupe. one of my dream builds, but i have a special place for tri-5’s. I had a 56 chevy 210 post and a 57 Pontiac cheiftain. now i have a 69 gto. American muscle is something that is hard to give up cause there are so many great strories about them, the time a man can put into that hot rod is something that is hard to pass up, and there is always great times with them, i like the channel and I hope you continue to proceed with this!

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