Friday, April 30, 2010

"Go Pro or Go Home!" TST/GKA Industries hit the strip with an amazing camera.

Bart Rogowski of TST Industries was out at the track on a Thursday night to do a little filming using the BG Oil/PetroSpecs Chevelle as a test vehicle for an amazing little camera. Used often in skydiving, this camera has a variety of uses and the quality is second to none.

GoPro’s HD Motorsports HERO is the world’s highest performance 1080p HD on-board video and still photo camera. Professional quality 1080p, 960p, and 720p HD resolutions record at 30 frames per second (60 fps in 720p). The HD Motorsports HERO easily mounts to any helmet, motorcycle, ATV, car, plane, jet ski, boat, snowmobile or other vehicle. The camera’s quick-release mounting design makes it easy to re-position the camera around your vehicle for professional quality HD video from several angles.

Stay tuned in the weeks to come for more info on how to get one of these cameras at a discounted rate along with some unbelievable footage from a demo real put together by Bart and Kim. And you'll see why it's "Go Pro or Go Home!"

Kim, Erica and Bart in the lanes before the first
run of the night.

Bart set up the Go Pro for some driver's side
shots that came out awesome. Then it was a
click, snap and the Go Pro was turned around
for a shot of Erica from outside the car looking in,
all in about 10 seconds.

The Go Pro...ready for action.


The Go Pro is so small you can put it just about
anywhere. It even has a really cool helmet
mount which we'll be using in the near future.

It was great to see "Papa Joe" Furiani back at
the track after knee surgery. One of our favorite
people, here's Papa Joe giving Erica a few words of

Future Chevelle pilot Karen Corbin out checking
out the happenings and watching Erica put the
"SS" through it's paces. Karen will be doing
some test runs in the near future with team

Pete Baleno, 3rd from the left, was out promoting
the upcoming BG Oil 4th Annual Manufacturer's
Cup Challenge, June 25-27 at Barona Drag Strip.
Check out for all the info
about what is turning out to be THE event for
the sportsman racer of 2010. More to follow....

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