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Viper V10 Skyper Martin Hjermitsev Gymkhana grid 2016

11/11 2016

Update Gymkhana Grid finals 2016

 

 

So the 2016 season is over and again we made huge progress with the car and getting it dialed in, running faster and stronger than ever. 

Ended at 3. place in the danish drift championship. Quite happy with that as i missed 2 rounds compleatly.

The Higlight of this year was our trip to Gymkhana Grid finals in Greece! 
what a great trip it was! Meet a lot of very nice People. It was a great event by 
Monster Energy​!

We had a long drive from Denmark to get there. 2300km to Italy and then ferry for 8 Hours and then another drive for 6 Hours to get there. The Trip went with no problems at all, and we arrived 
Wednesday evening at the hotel, got our track passes and went out and setup our Pit and get the car unloaded and started. All worked fine.

Thursday we had some practice runs at the track and it went very good. We where still not running max grip, just trying to get to know the track. Still we where one of the fastest out there. 
In the evening time we had a parade driving all the cars with police escort in to town! This was one of the most crazy fun experiences ever. Driving the car on the stress, doing burnouts, drifting and 1000 of people standing along the road cheering us. What a blast!

Next day (Friday) the game was on! Now we where being timed and we tried to find more and more speed in the track. overall 
Friday at practice we ended up setting the 2. fastest time! Was really pumped about that but knew we had to step it up for the qualification and finals.

Saturday we had Qualification. All when okay, I could feel the pressure now and did not run quite as fast as yesterday but still we ended on 5. place in qualification! Very happy with that! :-)

Sunday the big day! We tried some new things under training and it work out VERY good! just get 2 seconds of our times compared to the day before. Did a 1:02 time and where feeling confident for the top 16 battles. 
In the my first run in the top 16 i made a few errors and did not make the best run ever but still a decent time, time to change track and do the second run. But when i got the car moved over to track 2. I noticed the engine was running hot. the water temperature was 100 degrees. We had done many runs all weekend and not had any problems so was surprised to see this now! I was already aligned and ready to go for my second run, when i tried to flip the switch for the fans but I could not hear them! normally they are loud so know i know they where not running....At the same moment the flag vent and i had to launch! I did, hoping that the engine would not overheat to much on the run. But I was unfocused because of this and did not run the perfect line.
And out of the last 360 the car started to overheat badly and hesitate on the throttle. When I got over the finish line I knew it would be close. I was much faster in practice than the guy I was running against but i had made 2 bad runs now in the top 16..... It was a looooong wait in the car for the result! Then it came... I lost! Dammit. My time was 2:09.390 and the guy I was racing made a 2:09.270 So it could not be much closer. Great run from him but bad for me. 
Well I had to start the car now and get back to the pits, because it was boiling and overheating like crazy. 124 degrees in water temp is not good. It turns out it was the relays controlling the fans that had failed! Bad luck but that is racing! 
We had an AWESOME after party after the finals, celebrating my 2 new friends 
Adam Elder​ on 2. and Danny Cross​ on 3. And of cause big congratulations to Luke Woodham​ for taking first! He really showed what he was made of in the finals! Great driving by all, and next year I hope to be up there with them :-)

We ended at 9. pace over all, and setting the 3. fastest overall time in the RWD class Sunday just before the finals. That was not bad at all for the first Gymkhana event ever. So next year we will aim for a podium! :-)

This was our first Gymkhana Grid but will for sure not be the last! 
Next year we will focus on winning a qualifier so we can get to the finals again.
A BIG thanks to all our sponsors and all the private donations that made this possible!

High on Cars
AutoSlanger.Dk​ 
Tømmermester johnny Rylander

Van Engelenburg - Villas & More.
Motorstyring.dk
Fantasy-Tuning.dk

And also HUGE thanks to Alex Nørmark Pedersen​ and Mikkel Bøll​ for taking the long drive with me to Greece and helping me out. 
Also big thanks to my team mate 
Christian Jæger​ for doing everything possible to get the sponsors for the trip. With out him it would not have been possible! 
And thanks for all the support frome home and family and friends!

In the near future keep an eye out for a new car show here in Denmark. High on Cars..... Niels Becker​ and Ebbe Sommerlund​ will be hosting :-)... You might see a orange Viper powered Skyline in one of the episodes if you are lucky ;-)

smile-humørikon

 

To se the R34 Skyline Viper V10 engine build, click here

Viper V10 Skyper Martin Hjermitsev

14/1 2016

Update

 

 

So the 2015 season is over and again we made huge progress with the car and getting it dialed in. 

So close but no cigar !!!

Update from the ‪#‎DDS‬ finals. after a 3. place in qualifying I battled all the way to the finals in #DDS. Should up against my cool buddy Dennis Hansen. And there was only one point separating us in the championship! The one who wins of us ends up winning the Danish championship! 
When I started the car to go up and run the finals a hose to servo pump cracked! We struggled to get it done in time but only had 5 minutes (5 minutes rule)! The Team struggled to fix the car but when it was ready it was to late. I missed the finals with a couple of minutes frown-humørikon . So Dennis won without a fight! Dammit!!! So close. Up to now the car has never let me down. unfortunately it was when i needed it the most. Things like this happen and we have to move on. smile-humørikon 
Many congratulations to Dennis Hansen. He ran a fantastic season!
Now I have had a 7. 5. 3. and now a 2. place in the Danish Drift Championship. So next year it will be 1.! smile-humørikon

Thanks to Alex to do everything in his power to keep the car Running.
Thanks to Fantasy Tuning for letting me use their bus.
Thanks to all sponsors, friends and family for all your support.
Now the car will be overhauled, made wider, wilder and stronger for next year smile-humørikon
Thank you all! 
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To se the R34 Skyline Viper V10 engine build, click here

Viper V10 Skyper Martin Hjermitsev

22/6 2015

Update 22/2 2015

 

 

The first 2 events in 2015 is now over. And the new radiator setup in the back is working very well. The balance in the car is better than ever.

In the first event that was also the first round in the Danish championship I qualified 2. And ended on 4. Place after I went into the sand in the top 4 and could not make it to the battle for 3-4 place.

The 2nd event of the year was DHB 2015. The biggest drift event in Denmark with close to 200 cars participating. On my second lap Friday I hit the concrete wall. Not a bad hit but enugh to bend the rear wheel. We also had to do some repairs to the rear suspension as it was bent slightly. Only got 2 more runs in that day so not much practice before the qualification. Made a decent couple of runs in qualification and was on to the top 32 twin battles! Had some very good battles and won the top 32 and top 16 battles. In the Top 8 I made a very good chase run but in my lead I made a wheel dump. That was enough to knock me out. So that was the end of the road this weekend. 
Next big upgrade is the Wisefabe front end kit. We hope to have it so we can try it out for the round 2. Of the Danish Drift Series (DDS). The #Viper #V10 Engine is still going strong!
Thanks for all the support! 

Thanks to all the sponsors that makes this possible!

To se the R34 Skyline Viper V10 engine build, click here

Viper V10 Skyper Martin Hjermitsev

11/6 2014

News

First competition with the car!

So the first competition with the car is over. We had a lot of problems Saturday to get enough grip in the rear at full lock. But made some adjustments the best we could on site and got it a lot better for the qualification. 
Made a decent couple of runs and was on to the top 32 twin battles! Had some very good battles and won the top 32 and top 16 battles. In the Top 8 I was up against an multiple Danish Drift champion Rasmus. We had a very close battle with 5/5 in my lead run and 6/4 to Rasmus in my chase. So that was the end of the road this weekend. 
First real test of the car vent more than okay! Still have a lot of work to get the rear dialed in at angle but we will get there! The #Viper #V10 Engine ran perfect all weekend. Pulling like a fright-train no matter what gear i selected.
Thanks for all the support! 

Thanks to all the sponsors that makes this possible!

To se the R34 Skyline Viper V10 engine build, click here

Video of the first start up here and test run!

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