What do you get when you mix YouTube and Ketzal Sterling of the High Octane DVD series? Another web-video series about high-performance cars with a motorsport twist and juvenile humor. Redline is the newest show by Sterling, and the man devised an epic shootout of seven seriously quick race machines for the first episode.

The catch is that each of the vehicles represents a different motorsport background. Machines that make an appearance include a Super Touring Ford V8; Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution rally car; S14.5-generation time attack Nissan Silvia; Suzuki GSX-R1000 motorcycle; FC-generation Mazda RX-7 drift car (with V8 swap); Subaru WRX STI gymkhana car; and KZ2-class shifter kart.

While the inclusion of one of the entries virtually gives away the winner, we won't spoil it for you. And it might be closer than you think. Scroll down to watch the Battle of Motorsports episode, which has some substance and is enjoyable if you can put up with the humor and obnoxiously loud narration.


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      rynosaur
      • 1 Year Ago
      This was great! Love the idea of competing different motorsport disciplines.
      Zeus
      • 1 Year Ago
      Of course the kart was the quickest. In pretty much everything I can think about a kart will beat a road car no matter how spec'd out it is. There are very few machines on earth faster than the Formula E class of karts that use 250cc engines and produce 90-100hp. Only thing quicker are F1 cars, Indy cars etc.
      Geoffer
      • 1 Year Ago
      Ummm that would be Pukekohe in New Zealand....(not Australia) Don't feel bad you Canadians always get it wrong.... and I suspect that the commentary is ahem " taking the proverbial"