Well mine is bone stock and leased, so I have no problem winter driving it
Anyways I ain't gonna push my car to the limits in case I lose control of it for some reason, so i'm playing cautious, plus i don't own the car. hehe But it's wierd, when your actually driving and doing that stuff in car, it seems faster, but when you watch it from a distance or back on camera, it looks so much slower, why?!?!?
Anyways, Rob89m3, you can probably get ahold of a camera for $500 and up. Just depends if you want a DV Camcorder or a Digital 8 camcorder. DV is obviously better in terms of quality and you may have to pay about $1200 and up. Sony's are good for sure. Canon is good except for it's night shot which is kind of bad. Panasonic is okay too.