Both the Black 2002 STi and the blue 2006 WRX have had extensive work done on them, thank's to Sean and the boys at S&J.
It was first track day for 2011 and both cars found it hard to get in good laps due to slower traffic resulting in poor lap times, however it was good to get out and get suspension set up for the track.
Looking forward to the first time attack day this year on the 6th of March.
2008 Subaru STi at Mission Raceway (Track Day)
A few laps around Mission with at a VCMC club track day. The car is stock
other than a front sway bar and a new set of Hawk HP+ pads all round. The
stock tires are a little tired after a full day, this was the last session.
I try to keep infront of a GTR but there is just no way. Thanks to
Michael for the great camera and editing.
The 800HP Subaru STi
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Subaru Impreza WRX Wagon at Bedford Autodrome Track day
A couple of laps from a track day at the Bedford Autodrome in an Impreza
WRX... taking it easy under braking as the pads had seen better days.
Interesting chase with a BMW M3 - M3 definately has the legs on the
straights and fast corners but then it's got 100bhp over the Impreza -
through the more technical corners though the Impreza comes back strongly.
Quick test of iPhone 5 wirelessly mirrored to car head unit display
iPhone 5 with iOS7 beta (not needed for this, iOS 6 is fine) with personal
hotspot enabled. An inverter powers and Apple TV, and also a composite to
HDMI converter box from eBay. The Apple TV is tethered to iPhone personal
hotspot, and connected via HDMI to the converter and then into a Sony
XAV-701BT head unit set to AV input 2. Note that unlike Sony Mirrorlink,
Pioneer AppRadio, or Apple's iOS in the car (due 2014) touching the screen
in the dash does nothing, there is no touch feedback from the touch screen
to the iPhone. However, videos and music stream in excellent quality, even
from rear seat passengers. And as Apple TV is fully supported by Apple,
everything mirrors perfectly. Not all iPhone screens are designed for
landscape orientation though as it is a phone, so the home screen will
often appear vertical. An iPad would be better suited, except iPad is 4:3
aspect ratio so wouldn't fill the screen unless video was playing. Video
will always play full screen from any iOS device.