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Top 5 Youtube Car Channels To Subscribe To

Top 5 Youtube Car Channels To Subscribe To

If you are in anyway a car nut you’ll probably already know about Mighty Car Mods, RoadKill and the likes of Car Throttle etc. But if you keeping digging through Youtube you can find plenty of hidden gems. Here are our top 5 car channels to subscribe to on Youtube,

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DannyDC2

I came across his channel after he made a video of his crash at the Nurburgring when the fuel tank fell out of his Dc2 at high speed! If you are a track day nut who enjoys double clutching and some heel toe action then you will enjoy his videos. He cuts out all the rubbish you get in other car channel videos. He’s pretty good at explaining what he’s doing in his videos and can sometimes give you that kick up the arse to go work on your own car. He owns a k20 DC2 along with his 328 BMW that he uses to learn how to drift. You can find his car channel here

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noriyaro

Ever fancied living in Japan? Well, you must follow this guy if you want to see what really goes on. He really shows off the culture in Japan and makes you extremely jealous of what goes on in his videos. He is consistently at the Ebisu circuit in his missile R32 skyline and Ae86. I’ve personally never been to Japan but he really gives you a taste of the culture. You can find his car channel here.

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MONKY LONDON
This is a weird one because I came across Monky London when googling Ek3 race cars at the time I was building my own EK3 race car. He had just bought one which he plans on putting a b18 engine into it. It turns out he’s a proper Hoonigan and is not afraid to let rip on the roads, he also does fantastic drift diaries in his “trusty soarer”. Along with his own cars, he does some car reviews. Just expect lots NOM NOMS and Duggits.
You can find his car channel here

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Doug DeMuro

Ever wanted to know what it’s really like to own a Supercar? Well, he shows you all the in’s and out’s of doing so. The first ever video I saw of him is when he owned a Skyline R32 GTR and showed the reactions of the Americans asking what it was because it was RHD. He also went to the main Nissan Dealer to get a service and well eh, I will let you watch it above. You can find his car channel here

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Yep, you might be looking at the URL wondering what website you’re actually on. The page is still young in terms of fresh content but you can find plenty of my on boards from racing in the fiesta series to some car builds and motorsport diaries. So don’t miss out and subscribe to our youtube car channel here.

A Little History Lesson – FreshFix

A Little History Lesson – FreshFix

Am I right in saying  I saw Freshfix before?

Yes, you are correct, Freshfix did live before way back in 2010 but let me fill you in what happened and why we went off the map for a short time.

Back in 2010 while in college the likes of Juiceboxforyou was the only real Irish blog showcasing the Irish scene. I was fascinated and wanted to start my own blog but try to focus on the VAG scene. At the time I was a member on Vagdrivers.net,I pitched my idea’s to its members and the name Freshfix was created. For a start, I didn’t have a clue how to create a blog,Thankfully my cousin came to the rescue and a basic site was built and created. A few weeks went by and I received an email from Paul Gallagher who was a graphic designer from Donegal and the “real” Freshfix was born.

Looking back now I didn’t have a clue what to do and what to post. We had a number of people who helped contribute to the site from the beginning to the….well eh resting period. We were trying to keep with the times of what was cool and also start some merchandise the facebook page was starting to grow and people started to talk about the site. Of course not everything said was positive but you have to take that when starting to voice your opinion on the interwebs.

I will happily admit now that when I was writing about an event or subject it was just me trying to be the next Juiceboxforyou or Paddy McGrath from Speedhunters, or say what the cool kids wanted  to hear.  It was a  lesson learned and going forward I plan to make the  adjustments required to improve the content. Another thing I also learned is that I cannot write for S**T ( you may have already noticed already from this post) but again it’s time to learn and improve.

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Dealtwidth

I received a message from David Egan asking would we do something with his new drift team ( DealtWidth) along with WKD Imports. He liked the style of photography and we both had the same image in our head of where it was going to go. We did some work together but trying to cover a weekend for Freshfix along with a video for WKD & Dealtwidth was tough to do, with the work of the team we got it done but maybe not to the best of our ability. Sadly this didn’t continue on but was an experience nonetheless.

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So how did it die?

College was finished and a career was pursued in the motor trade. The issue with that is I had to work 6 days a week along with wanting to start racing at Mondello Park. The exchange for racing was to sell off all of my camera equipment to fund the car,racing suit and trailer. At this point, all my focus went to racing.

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Conor & Adam kept updating our facebook page but the domain expired and basically, everything was gone, all that was left was our 4000 likes on the facebook page. Hats off to the guys who helped out because no one received a penny from Freshfix, without them it simply would not be what it was or is going to be again.

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Cool,so what can we look forward to?

Motorsport is still a massive focus of mine but along with the racing, I started to do some vlogs with a friend. It started off as a facebook page called JustForFun Motorsport and we documented the build of the cars and some weekends. Again this didn’t really work out but I thought of how can I combine this and Freshfix back together.Rob King advised me I should start it again and when I turned to the guys who helped me before they all agreed. With the help of Rob, I also designed parts of the website which is all new to me.

 

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What’s going to be on the site?

The site will have 4 main compartments-Blog Posts,Vlogs,Image Gallery,Shop.The blog posts will be a combination or random ramblings along with features and event reviews. The vlog will mainly consist of motorsport diaries and possibly some car reviews. The image gallery can be your one stop shop if you were at a recent event and looking for a photo of your car. The shop will allow you buy the most recent Freshfix merchandise

I do hope you will tune back in and give us some feedback where possible. To celebrate our comeback we are giving away free lanyards. All you need to do is subscribe to us here 

 

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