Skip to main content

tv   News at 5pm  FOX  November 4, 2012 5:00pm-6:00pm PST

5:00 pm
beautiful catch and throw. >> there you go. freeman shows he can hit one guy,the air. he will get a lot of help on the ground but mistakes will break you. and we are going to see one here. the wide open, derek hagen. touchdown, raiders. no. it is taken out. holding calls on willie smith bring it back and raider frustration but all too familiar. >> yeah. you know, we had been making great strides towards eliminating the pepts. today it seems like we slipped backwards that was a huge one. it was a great play by the young receiver and a great throw. and just sadness to see the pept. >> later, they come back. and beautiful play to dhb there. 46 yards, one-handed grab to haul it in. the raiders offense in business. that is a beautiful play to watch. it led to a touchdown as they go for it right there. and get it as the drive concludes. putting it right on the money
5:01 pm
for streeter. 25 yard touchdown raiders and the lead they took in the locker room. >> yeah, mark, i saw quite a few bend ups, the raiders were really going after it today. they were determined to hit the long ball and i saw good routes and great throws across palmer. >> turning the ball over in this. it makes the ball come down and gives the receiver a good play on it. >> the same number, any way. the number 3 for the bomber. there you see t.10-7. one of the interesting things, we were alluding to it in that set of highlights a moment ago we saw the raiders have a touchdown get called back. interestingly enough, tampa bay in this game had 14 penalties called against them. giving up a total of 115 yards. the raiders had less. just 9 for 80 yards. here we are talking about a raider loss and we are always saying cut down on the pepts. they did. -- penalties they did. by comparison. >> they came at the wrong time. every time we got momentum
5:02 pm
going we got a big play and penalty, holding, a couple of them. you have to eliminate them. 80 yards, difference in any game. >> easier said than done. we have been saying that for many years for the raiders. we have another guest for us, branch, i believe, go ahead, fred. >> yes, mark, it is branch, safety this tampa bay team had so many weapon here. we talk about martin, a big record performance, those receivers, jackson, 6'5, those guys are receiving wise that are tough to go one-on-one with. >> yes. they have a good corp. we had a game plan. did not execute the game plan. if we execute it we can. >> we knew we had to stop the
5:03 pm
deep ball. we knew we had to control martin. >> you guys came in with a bit of confidence, winning two in a row, but did you feel like, okay, we are going to have to outscore these guys or did you think you could hold them down. >> we thought we could stop them. we have a lot of confidence in our guys. >> martin, i know the game plan for him, what kind of runner was he? what surprised him. >> a good running back. strong and fast and he makes good cuts and plays. >> there seem to be a lot of penalties out there. you were able to take advantage of some of their appellant penalties. you guys were within three points, late in the ball game. it is as something ster yes. we never thought we were out of the game. we came out and fought every play. we take pride in that fight and play. and even when we are down, we are down 18 at one point. we knew we were still in the
5:04 pm
game. we make the plays down the stretch we can whip the game. >> appreciate you taking the time to speak with us here. pwrafrp, safety for the raiders as we said, few -- branch, safety, for the raiders as we said we saw them making a lot of catches today. other than that, it was -- it was a pretty good thrashing right here. >> thanks a lot, fred. never easy job to do get in the locker room when a game goes sour like it did particularly in the second half. we will return, again, the big story, doug martin and how about 515 total yards given up by the defense. martin, from oakland. the story continues jack, you said you wanted a whole new breakfast item. i give you... flap jacks.
5:05 pm
hmm! thing is, i don't know if i'm comfortable with people eating my face. how 'bout a loaded breakfast sandwich with country-grilled sausage, bacon, ham, two fried eggs, and melting cheese on toasted sourdough. don't do it. don't eat my face... do not eat my... you ate his face?!
5:06 pm
alllllriggghtttt! joey junior!! alllllriggghtttt!
5:07 pm
that's what you're wearing! what? thank you jack for bringing the cheesesteaks. well i just want to know what my favorite philly cousins think about my new- sourdough cheesesteak melt. i took all the best parts, thinly sliced steak, melty cheese, onions and peppers but i put it on warm, toasty sourdough. fan-cy. sourdough is my thing. i'm busting your chops, the cheesesteak's good. say it. you're better at hockey. make your point. dug mart -- doug martin made sure his friends and family were proud of his efforts, embarrassed the raiders. i would like to focus on that.
5:08 pm
25 carries, 251 yards and 4 touchdowns. first back in nfl history to rush for three touchdowns of more than 45 yards. and as we mentioned earlier, he had some 60 friends and relatives in the stands to watch him do it. he was born in oakland. and we will talk more about him. right now we want to go back to fred inglis. >> reporter: it seems like he has become a favorite target. he throw 60 times for 400-some yards. 4 touchdowns. seems like you know coming in throwing was going to be a big part of the offense today. you had to play catch up.
5:09 pm
gives up three touchdowns, did it step up then? say we gut to start throwing more? >> we knew we had to put points on the board. that is our mentality. we just kept it that way. >> reporter: palmer with three interceptions, were it looked at times the offense, receivers and quarterbacks were not always on the same page, what was going on? >> you can't point at anybody, it is our mistakes. we will come back and correct it. >> reporter: again, this is a game, 32 points, how disappointing was it? >> realty disappointing. a lose is a lose. we will fight harder next week. >> reporter: good luck next week. thank you for taking the time. one of the bright spots in the
5:10 pm
receiving core. looked like the receivers and carson palmer were not on the same page, that is perhaps why three interceptions were taken by the buccaneers. remember now, the raiders came in with a two game win streak and they felt good but it was against jacksonville and kansas city who started 2-13. raiders still have some work left to do here in the second half of the season. >> seems like one step up and two steps back right now. thank you. we will visit with you later on. carson palmer, 414 yards passing. that is probably not an indication that he had a good game as far as a team concept. usually means you are having to heave the ball when you are behind. >> there was three ints and a lot of other missed
5:11 pm
opportunities. this was a game of big plays. tampa bay made -- >> explosive. >> passing and running game. we tried to counter with nice plays but we just weren't successful. didn't put the pass rush or the pressure that i think it would take. >> i know you were screaming for that as we watched the game together. remember it was 10-7. raiders lead. then tampa runs over the raiders literally, doug martin was just getting started and looking real good in doing that. you see freeman in the 3rd quarter start to air it out a little bit. like you said, he didn't have a lot of rushing around time out there. he had it going on pretty good. you see an attempt at trying to get that, michael huff missed it. 37 yards to the 14. and then it is just -- from
5:12 pm
there lots of problems continuing for the raiders defense. look at what huff tried to do here. tried to make the numberception. williams gets free -- interception. williams gets free. and it continues, second and goal. the fake. freeman looking with a nice touch. touchdown. 21-10 bucks. look again. >> absolutely, you know, he had the ball going to all his receivers. when you get your running game going, the whole offense is wide open to you. we couldn't stop the run. that is something we usually rely on, and we didn't get pass rush. >> there you see the beginning of the problem for palmer. picked by johnson. have another look. moore hadn't turned around when that situation got going and
5:13 pm
then we see doug martin again, gone. >> i want to tell you, what is this about this open area? doug martin, marshawn lynch, maurice jones-drew, all under 6 feet, solid, one of the producers referred to martin as a solid nugget of muscle. >> 67 yards on this touchdown. all those guys from oakland and none of them playing in silver and black. maybe scout them better and get them in raider uniforms. 28-10 as the raiders defense allowed 21 points in that 3rd quarter and things looking bad. we will come back with more, take a look at how it all shook out in the final quarter at the
5:14 pm
colosseum. the raiders, do not say die till the very end. jack, you said you wanted a whole new breakfast item. i give you... flap jacks. hmm! thing is, i don't know if i'm comfortable with people eating my face. how 'bout a loaded breakfast sandwich with country-grilled sausage, bacon, ham, two fried eggs, and melting cheese on toasted sourdough. don't do it. don't eat my face...
5:15 pm
do not eat my... you ate his face?!
5:16 pm
all right. welcome back to had raiders point after. if you are just joining us, maybe you didn't see the game, 42-32. raiders fall shy to tampa and doug martin who was born in oakland, a record setting performance. we will go over that. look at the 4th quarter with the raiders down by plenty. and this young man not about done. all the way. this time again can't get him trying to play flag football.
5:17 pm
70 yards. touchdown. 35-17. do the dance in front of your home guys out there. >> this was a case of the good, the bad and the ugly. lot of good things but there was poor things like tacking and no pass rush. >> the raiders offense to their credit came back with a touchdown to myers. 35-24. they continue on. and palmer to reese. 13 yards. made it 35-32 with a two-point conversion and then they get the ball back. all they need is a field goal, however palmer two interceptions in the forth quarter. you can't do that. from there tampa goes in, a record setting performance for the tampa franchise. 4th touchdown of the day.
5:18 pm
martin sets all kinds of records with that 4 touchdown performance. 42-32 is the final. you see that big stat right there. 515 total yards. and 5'9", 225 pounds full of fast twitching muscle. [ laughter ] >> nugget of muscle. the interception by palmer, that was all palmer. couple good things, red zone, we have been terrible in the red zone over the past six games or so and this game we got more people involved, the tight end, reese involved, we scored the two-point conversion. there was much improvement in terms of the red zone. hopefully we can pick up on that and above everything else, raider players, keep playing hard like that, i think the fans will stay with you and we
5:19 pm
can see improvement and we have a future -- our future is looking good. >> there is positives out of this. the fans didn't leave and you could hear them making the noise when the raiders made that move. they fall shy but we have more on the raiders point after right here next. medications?
5:20 pm
i don't know. last immunization shots? really? honey, what's my blood pressure medicine called? one time i took something and i blew up like a puffer fish. i'm probably allergic to that. at kaiser permanente, your medical information is available to you and your doctors. quickly. securely. no guesswork required. better information. better care. kaiserpermanente. thrive.
5:21 pm
all right. nice to have you with us. 42-32, raiders on the short end eagainst tampa bay -- against tampa bay. carson palmeresh a couple of
5:22 pm
key interceptions -- palmer, a couple of key independentceptions. -- key interceptions. 61 passes, that usually doesn't work out too well. 414 yards, 4 touchdowns and 3 interceptions. talked to fred inglis about the quarterback and looked like a couple of injuries as well. >> reporter: as you can see this locker room is pretty much emptied out here. there wasn't a lot of reason to stick around, they wanted to figure out what happened today because it was a crazy game. there are a couple of key injuries here. one, dezman bryant was taken to the hospital, an accelerated heart condition, we don't have word on his condition. seemed serious enough he had to
5:23 pm
make a hospital visit. darren mcfadden, some thought it was a upper leg injury and it was being x-rayed, it was negative. he did not break a leg. some officials were worried that would happen. it was an ankle injury. the extent of that and how long he will be out for the second half of the season we will not know till perhaps tomorrow. his backup, mike goodson left with a sprained ankle. there is depth issues here. they continue to have depth problems, depth issues. who comes in for them and that is sometimes the question here. again, it is pretty empty here in the locker room for the raiders as they go down 42-32. >> disheartening to hear mcfadden could miss time there.
5:24 pm
he hasn't been able yet to finish out a season without getting injured. final thoughts from us when we come back and we will talk more about the sensational performance out of the tampa backfield. exploding.
5:25 pm
5:26 pm
play of the game is presented by ... all right. play of the game. player of the game, maybe
5:27 pm
player of the year. doug martin, born in oakland. he is gone. 25 carries, 251 yards. 4 touchdowns. this guy was amazing. >> i tell you what, 22 yards rushing for the raiders runner and both runners, number one and number two injured, that tell as story. >> doug martin will remember this the rest of his life, 60 friends and family to watch it. a positive for the raiders, blocked a field goal earlier, houston blocked it. picked it up. number 99. >> and showed speed. he will be vying to be the third tight end or 4th tight end. >> better times ahead for the raiders, they drop to 3-5. please stand by for heather
5:28 pm
holmes and ken wayne with all the day's news right here on ktvu channel 2 news. good night. medications?
5:29 pm
i don't know. last immunization shots? really? honey, what's my blood pressure medicine called? one time i took something and i blew up like a puffer fish. i'm probably allergic to that. at kaiser permanente, your medical information is available to you and your doctors. quickly. securely. no guesswork required. better information. better care. kaiserpermanente. thrive.
5:30 pm
contract talks break down and now thousands of grocery store workers are on strike. we will have the latest on on the job action. >> forward. i call it forewarned. >> the big issues on the campaign trail today. >> live in berkeley, protesters had a run in with police. why they were here and why they
5:31 pm
couldn't stay. >> complete bay area news coverage starts right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 5:00 p.m. >> good evening. i am ken wayne. >> i am heather holmes. >> we begin with developing news. tomales bay, revue crews used a chain saw to open up the hull of a disabled boat and pull out two children who were trapped. they appeared to be okay but they were taken to the hospital. 7 people were on this boat when it capsized near tomales bay. all this happening 1:30 p.m. this afternoon. we have a crew on the scene and we will bring you a report coming up. thousands of grocery store workers are walking picket lines. picket lines are up after contract negotiations broke
5:32 pm
down last night. ktvu's matt keller is live with the issues. >> reporter: this is the first strike ever for the super markets. this picket line will be here 24 hours a day till an agreement is reached. >> what do you want? >> contracts. >> reporter: shoppers looking for groceries face a picket line to get inside. >> we have company and i need ice cream. >> reporter: 8,000 workers at 100 stores went on strike after failing to agree to a new contract. >> i have a son and a wife to support. >> reporter: officials blame an increase in non-union competition. >> target. fresh and easy. walmart. a number of competitors that have come into had market. >> reporter: they gave a final
5:33 pm
offer four weeks ago, putting pay and benefits on par with the non-union workers. >> this is the same wage fees we implemented throughout the company, including the non- union stores. everyone has to make a sacrifice. >> reporter: they will be out here for as long as it takes to provide benefits for their family. >> reporter: officials say fustmers may noting -- customers may notice a difference in workers at the score. matt keller, ktvu channel 2 news. >> reporter: a baby girl airlifted to a hospital after she was wounded in a shooting. the child who is between 1-2 years old was transported for a serious gun shot wound. investigators say the baby may have been wounded in a drive-by
5:34 pm
shooting. no word on the condition or the circumstances behind the shooting. man is recovering after he was shot this morning in oakland. it broke out at 1:30 a.m. near east 17th street. police say the victim was stable and conscious when he was taken to the hospital. the victim's name haven't been released and police haven't released any suspect information. bar brawl over night left a man with a stab wound. the man was stabbed in the arm during a fight in front of ray's lounge. his injuries are not life threatening. the victim described the suspect as a bald white man, 230 pounds. police say he may have fled in a red chevy pick up truck. police are investigating two separate hit and run collisions over night.
5:35 pm
the first happened at 12:30 a.m. the pedestrian was taken to the hospital with major injuries. investigators found the suspect's vehicle and arrested him. he faces felony hit and run. driving under the influence and violating probation. the second incident occurred a 4 miles away -- occurred 4 miles away. a driver slammed into another car. the victim was not injerked and described the suspect's -- injured and described the suspect's car and then officers tracked him down. he hit a guard rail and he was booked on evading police and driving under the influence. hours before the election the candidates are driving hard to win the last few votes. the most expensive campaign in
5:36 pm
history is ending on one issue, the economy. the latest from the campaign trail. >> reporter: it is down to the wire in a close election. president obama and republican presidential candidate mitt romney are focusing on the battleground state in their last weekend -- battleground states in their last weekend. president obama honed in on the economic plan. >> asks the wealthiest americans to pay more. at the time the republican congress and a certain senate candidate by the name of mitt romney said bill clinton's plan would kill jobs. sounds familiar. doesn't it? turns out his math was just as bad then as it is now. >> mitt romney shot back. >> president obama tried to convince you the last four
5:37 pm
years have been a success. and so his plan for the next 4 years is to take all the ideas from the first term, the stimulus, borrowing, obama care and do them over again. he calls that plan forward. i call it forewarned. >> reporter: they hit the trail sunday, vice president joe biden spent the day in ohio. paul ryan in ohio, minnesota and colorado. it is not just about convincing undecided voters but to make sure all of their supporters go to the poles. ktvu channel 2 news. >> more details now, four polls find the race is a dead heat with few undecided voters. tied at 49% each.
5:38 pm
ohio remains the prize. no republican won the white house without ohio. a poll shows president obama ahead by 2 points. the same poll in 2008 had president obama 5 points ahead. the redskins have a good track record. since 1940 the washington, d.c. teams scored 17-1 in the presidential predictions. the redskins says if the team wins the last game at home before the vote the incumbent stays in office. today the redskins lost 21-13 to the panthers. indicating that mitt romney will win the white house. coming up, the push for proposition 30 in california. the campaign in the east bay to get voters to approve a tax for education. tomorrow occupiers return to washington for a preelection day protest, the last
5:39 pm
encampment ended in december. the group is urging they show the government we are the 99%. organizers are calling for a peaceful demonstration and telling protesters no weapons will be allowed. today in berkeley a rally. measure s would ban sitting on sidewalks. ktvu's lorraine blanco tells us things escalated. >> reporter: protesters were supposed to be out here till 6:00 p.m. but police said they couldn't be against the fences anymore so now their signs are left and one protesters will soon face a judge. >> reporter: what started as a protest turned into a confrontation. a officer sited one for blocking the sidewalk.
5:40 pm
they were playing to speak out against an ordinance. >> we don't want to see measure s pass. it is unconstitutional. >> reporter: it bans sitting on the sidewalk between 7:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. people tell us it is counter to the counterculture. >> this is where people walk around and don't drive around. it is hard to reach people. >> reporter: the owner says shay slow down business. he has seen a decline in sales and a few doors down a store closed because of people camping outside. >> a lot of our customers tell us that they are uncomfortable or a lot of people say i don't go to telegraph. >> we need to reclaim our public spaces. >> reporter: they would make
5:41 pm
the same argument for different reasons. [ music playing ] >> reporter: if measure s passes it would go into effect next july. people would get several warnings before receiving a ticket. live, lorraine blanco, ktvu channel 2 news. what a nice day today. beautiful. even though it is getting dark earlier today. what is it like? >> beautiful. we talked about it. get ready for tomorrow, the winds, that is the key factor, that boosted temperatures for today. san francisco in the upper 70s. tomorrow san francisco approaching the lower 80s. look at the current winds. livermore and fairfield, more of the off shore breeze there and around half moon bay, a breeze. winds out of the north, that is
5:42 pm
the warming direction. nothing too strong. 7 miles per hour. this pattern remains in place for monday. look at pacifica. 78 degrees. a great beach day. san francisco upper 70s. lot of 70s. santasanta rosa 82 degrees. not much happening here. the storm track is pushed to the north. a few high clouds into northern california. over night lows, cool start with 40s out there. and possibly dense fog. a few patches out there, inland, sonoma, napa county. very warm temperatures, coming up we will look that record setting temperatures and when temperatures will drop 35 degrees and when showers return
5:43 pm
to the bay area. outrage, the new concern that has residents so angry. >> why teachers say this fight is going down to the wire. >> and controversy in the race for oakland city attorney, why the challenger is threatening to sue the incumbent. and the room is filled with all these different kinds of coffee. actually, i just press this button. brew what you love, simply. keurig.
5:44 pm
5:45 pm
a two-year-old boy was killed today at a zoo in pennsylvania when he fell into a pen of wild dogs. he fell 14 feet above the exhibit. it is unclear whether he was killed by the fall or by a dog attack. there were 7 dogs at the time. one was shot when it wouldn't move away from the boy. officials say the zoo will be closed indefinitely. to our coverage of the storm ravened east coast. michael bloomberg faced a crowd
5:46 pm
of angry residents. >> that happened this morning in queens while he was there to tour damaged areas. 700,000 homes and businesses are still without power in new york city and on long island and a million are without power in new jersey. and that is causing concern as temperatures there begin to dip into the 30s. >> everyone is working as hard as they can. we have an enormous amount of city employee whose have been working 27 -- 24/7. >> most of new york city's schools are set to reopen tomorrow. that storm led to the cancellation of the new york city marathon which was set for today. coming up, how tens of thousands of runners spent
5:47 pm
their day instead. >> pg&e sent more trucks to the east coast. a truck being loaded from a military cargo plane. this is the third shipment of trucks to the region. you can go to for informatn on how to help the victims of the east coast storm. look under hot topics on the home page. firefighter suffered a back injury while battling a two- alarm fire. the flames broke out at 8:00 p.m. investigators say four units caught fire. when firefighters arrived the building was engulfed in flames. a man struck and killed by a muni friday has been identified tonight. san francisco officials say he was walking on the tracks
5:48 pm
between the stations when he was truck before 7:30 a.m. that caused a disruption in service. authorities are looking for the man who disappeared from a mental health facility. this man was last seen on friday evening at second and b street after leaving the mental health center. he is 5'7", 220 pounds, gray hair and a beard. anyone with information is asked to call police. back to our election 2012 coverage and the push and against prop 30. ktvu's ann rubin shows thus efforts to get voters attention. >> reporter: nothing was going to stop her from getting the message out. >> this is my livelihood and i
5:49 pm
can't think of any place i would rather be. >> reporter: working the phones and handing out flyers in favor of proposition 30. it would increase income tax on those making more than 200 fifty thousand dollars and -- $250,000. gavin newsom says the state can't handle new cuts. >> reporter: while they were making calls so were opponents of 30. she said there will be a better way to fund education and prop 30's cost is too great. >> we don't think it reflects the true priorities of californians. >> reporter: both sides say
5:50 pm
this is the final push. they will be working non-stop. >> i will be here tuesday. >> reporter: volunteers have their work cut out for them. they hope to make 10,000 calls. ann rubin, ktvu channel 2 news. >> she thinks governor jerry governor jerry brown's efforts could pay off on proposition 30. >> the polls are looking strange. he has been under 50%. the supporters say in the final, governor jerry brown may pull this out and he is giving it his best go going into the final hours. >> to be implemented it must win over a rival proposition, proposition 38. it is different, it would not raise sales taxes but would
5:51 pm
raise income taxes for all brackets. the city certain's race in oakland is turning -- attorney's race in oakland is turning ugly. jane brunner says barbara parker sent campaign tomorrows saying jane brunner is suspended from the bar. >> i never, never expected an absolute false statement about my status. >> the california state bar website shows she was inactive but shows no record of suspension. ktvu channel 2 news hasn't received a response from parker yet. our coverage continues on
5:52 pm emergency sewer project that started today is causing traffic delays. crews are doing the repair work from howard to washington streets. they will be working through the week and traffic is being detoured. officials are urging drivers to avoid this area. >> new information about a helicopter crash that killed two police officers, what we are learning about the victims. >> more violence in the middle east, who is responsible for the latest attack on government forces in libya. >> and dozens of passengers take part in a historic flight. why it took years to get the dreamliner in the air.
5:53 pm
5:54 pm
this is hayden. that's elizabeth. and that's skyler... and his mom, nancy. they're just a few of the californians who took it on themselves to send you a message about what they need to restore years of cuts to their schools. prop thirty-eight. thirty-eight raises billions in new revenue - bypasses sacramento and sends every k through 12 dollar straight to our local schools... every school. for them. for all of us. vote yes on thirty-eight.
5:55 pm
authorities in atlanta identified two officers killed in a helicopter crash last night. they were killed in the crash. the helicopter was flying low when it clipped power lines and crashed into a parking lot. >> the loss of an officer is the most difficult thing the chief of police can deal with and magnify that twice. not just me but the entire police department family. >> it was launched to search for a 9-year-old boy who was later found safe. the national transportation safety board is investigating.
5:56 pm
libya, more violence. a bomb exploded today outside a police station, injuring three police officers. the government is struggling to control armed individuals. hadit was the sight of the september attack that led to the death of u.s. ambassador chris stevens. in china a sand storm covering people in thick orange dust. strong winds carried the sand as the temperatures dropped to 50 degrees. no reports of the sand effecting flights in the area. big day for united airlines it flew the first paying passengers aboard the new dreamliner. the flight left houston and landed in chicago this morning.
5:57 pm
the plane is said to be more fuel efficient and less costly to maintain. half of the plane is made of strong and light composite materials. united is the first to receive a 787. still to come tonight, the issues that sent hundreds of nurses on strike and what runners signed up for the new york city marathon did today instead. >> and the measure heading to a san francisco courtroom tumor and the 49ers new stadium hits a new milestone. >> the new ktvu channel 2 news ipad app is ready to download. watch newscasts live, get traffic, weather and video of breaking news anytime, anywhere. ♪
5:58 pm
[ male announcer ] start with an all new award winning car. good.
5:59 pm
now find the most hard core driver in america. that guy, put him in it. what's this? [ male announcer ] tell him he's about to find out. you're about to find out. [ male announcer ] test it. highlight the european chassis, 6 speed manual, dual exhaust, wide stance, clean lines, have him floor it, spin it, punch it, drift it, put it through its paces, is he happy? oh ya, he's happy! [ male announcer ] and that's how you test your car for fun. easy.


1 Favorite

info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on