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If you like these you should also check out artist Nicholas Bannister’s collect of movie shoes.

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I’m not only sharing the video for “Must Be The Feeling” (from British electronic group Nero) because the entire vid is one extended chase sequence involving a De Tomaso Pantera… but it doesn’t hurt.

Nero – Must Be The Feeling

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Lit Motors has designed a fully-enclosed self-balancing electric motorcycle which I’ve got to admit looks pretty damn sweet. It may not be quite as cool as the Monotracer (and I’m unsure if you can get it in yellow), but the price is much more reasonable. The initial run of should be available for about $24,000 by late 2013, with that price dropping to $16,000 in 2014. Those who want to be the first to own one can reserve a C-1 with a $250 deposit.

[via gizmag]

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Movie producer/director and explosion auteur Michael Bay has put together his trailer for Need for Speed: The Run. You have to hand it to the guy, even in a commercial for a video game the man still finds a way to shoehorn in gratuitous butt-shots. The game, which centers around your character racing from San Francisco to New York in a 3000 mile massive illegal street racing event called “The Run,” hits shelves today. If you’ve got the time, go out and grab a copy and tell us if it’s as fun as this trailer suggests.

Michael Bay’s Need for Speed The Run TV Commercial

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It’s a little flashy for my tastes, but he says it “drives the ladies wild.”

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Check out the 2012 Hennessey Venom GT. With a max speed of 275mph and 1,200 horsepower the Venom GT goes from 0-60 in 2.5 seconds (and to top speed in less than 16 seconds). It even comes in yellow.

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Pipe Riders

by Cap'n Carrot on June 23, 2011 · 0 comments

in Games

Okay, for a simple racing game Pipe Riders is an awful lot of fun. Why not while away your morning by racing through all the different 3D tracks? You know you want to!

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Okay, I would drive this car. From Finnish designer Antti Eskeli comes the Maininki concept car which can transform from a compact vehicle into a more roomy sedan at the touch of a button (or three). And it doesn’t look too shabby, either! Check out more pics here and here.

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Meet the fastest school bus ever made. What makes it so fast, you ask? It could be the painted flames on the sides. Or, perhaps more likely, it could be the custom-fitted General Electric J-79 jet engine taken from a F4 Phantom fighter jet. Yeah, I’m going with the second one. Driving down the street at 367mph and shooting out an 80ft flame behind you, yeah, that’s getting to school in style.

[via Auto Motto]

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