Aural Pleasuring, Courtesy of Group B

The moment I put this clip on the TV, the cat appeared; clearly he wanted to see it close-up.
The moment I put this clip on the TV, the cat appeared; clearly he wanted to see it close-up.

We love a good aural pleasuring as much as anyone, but there’s something about this rapid-fire series of racing clips that just pushes all the right buttons. For virtually everyone, apparently.
Courtesy of our good friend tenbeers, this clip is nothing more than one pass after another as the various racers fly past the camera. Just sit back and watch these amazing legends of motorsport; something about seeing these cars in action is both exhilarating and heartbreaking. We get to see what happens when they create a racing league that is as awesome as they can make it: it gets canceled.

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5 responses to “Aural Pleasuring, Courtesy of Group B”

  1. muthalovin Avatar

    Oh man, 11 minutes! Awesome. I would watch at work, but my Mac seriously HATES flash, so I will take this one home…. Is it 5 yet?

  2. joshuman Avatar

    Here is what I learned from that glorious 11 minutes:
    1. The Audi 5-cylinder turbo creates a sound I could listen to on repeat for a really really long time.
    2. BMW M1 has a poor turning radius, no handbrake, or just a bad pace note. No matter what, you don't want to be using reverse on a special stage.
    3. The safari rally should rejoin the WRC calendar.
    4. Even Snoopy loves Group B.

  3. engineerd Avatar

    This needs a warning:
    For erections lasting more than 4 hours, take the video off repeat and contact your doctor.

  4. muthalovin Avatar

    Oh man, that was totally worth the wait. Goddamn, that was boneriffic!

  5. PowerTryp Avatar

    That Audi, man what a sound it made. That video just reminds me that we have made huge strides in tire and suspension technology, those cars today wouldn't be quite so much a handfull as they used to be. Thats not to say they wouldn't be a handfull they just wouldn't be quite so all over the road and off it.

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