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Xcorps Motor Sports 2.) SPEEDFEST seg.1 HD – This Xcorps motor sports special rolls full throttle with a return to one of the most unique and scenic classic car racing events in the world - the Coronado Speedfest in San Diego California where great American, European and Japanese high performance cars are not just parked for pretty display but are there to flex some race track muscle loud and in your face proud!This Xcorps show features the Xcams shooting cars with American names like Barracuda, Challenger, AMX, Plymouth, Ford and Corvette rolling loud and fast and they are featured here racing along with many other classic vehicles!Together with the Speed Fest race ACTION is a NEW country style MUSIC VIDEO from Lamon Records and RIVE promoted band Bobby Dean doing the song White Lightning or Pink Champagne - Nice fit! Additional music from local San Diego band FANG and a French band The Fairchilds headed up by singer/songwriter Cyril Niccolai who drives a sweet 1965 Pontiac GTO!Great ear blasting shots of classic Euro and Japanese race machines like Porche, BMW, Audi, Ferrarri, Fiat, Alfa Romeo, Benz, Datsun, Toyota and more tearing past the Xcorps cameras at full throttle each with their own distinct race sound! Topping things off in the show are classic NASCAR race vehicles restored to their original racing glory roaring down the 1.7 mile runway track wide open!This XC motor sports show features as much action as we could fit into it including old school restored NASCAR race cars racing with their original sponsor paint jobs!Xcorps Sweetrides host Scott Sommers talks with NASCAR restoration expert Bill Rhine of Rhine Enterprise about some of the classic race vehicles his company has rescued from rusting away including Lenny Pond's 1979 Big Fender Monte Carlo!Xcorps on camera host and Trans Am driver Scott Sommers reports from the pits at SpeedFest checking out the custom new race rides at the Bondurant high performance school of driving based in Phoenix...