2024 Integra Type S vs Civic Type R, Acura NSX, Honda S2K, ITR โ€” Cammisa Ultimate Drag Race Replay

Drag Race and Race: 2024 Acura Integra Type S versus 2023 Honda Civic Type R– together with Honda's Legends from the past: the initial Acura NSX, the legendary Integra Type R, and the unusual Honda S2000 CR.

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0:00 Introduction: Honda's Magnificence Days.
0:57 Hagerty Chauffeur's Club Discount.
1:18 The NA1 NSX and C30A V6.
1:53 The S2000 AP1 and AP2– F22C1 in the S2000 CR.
2:35 The Integra Type R and .
3:12 VTEC Drag Race– ITR vs S2K vs NSX!
4:13 Drag Race Walkback: NA1 NSX (13.5 @ 104 mph).
4:53 Drag Race Walkback: S2000 CR (14.2 @ 98 miles per hour).
5:38 Drag Race Walkback: ITR (15.2 @ 93 miles per hour).
6:45 Valentine 1 Promotion and Trap Speed Camera.
7:09 2024 Integra Type S vs 2023 Honda Civic Type R Drag Race.
7:19 Specification Comparison: ITS vs CTR.
8:09 Drag Race: ITS CTR NSX!
9:05 Releasing the Civic and Integra with Traction Control distinction.
9:50 Race: ITS CTR NSX.
10:29 Civic Type R and Integra Type S are as quick as initial NSX.

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2024 Integra Type S vs Civic Type R, Acura NSX, Honda S2K, ITR — Cammisa Ultimate Drag Race Replay

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  1. As the owner of a ’91 NSX I will have to say the outcome of this was surprising. The ol gurl can still hang. Getting on the entrance ramp one day and just stayed in the throttle into 3rd, doing 85-90 mph. Looked behind me, Atlanta Police. Followed me for a bit then pulled beside and gave me a thumbs up. Car guy

    1. Thatโ€™s sick!!

      The other day I saw a girl driving a NSX and it was so freaking beautiful so I just pointed at it and gave a thumbs up. She gave a really weird look. Must have been her dads car or she thought I was hitting on her. Not you! The car!๐Ÿ˜‚

    2. I live in Atlanta too, and I have an fl5, so if I see you around somewhere, it’s on! Love the nsx man, always will my favorite sports car from the 90’s, that and the skyline ofc.

    3. 85-90 mph through Atlanta, is just every day traffic speed, has been for years. But, slow down at the Georgia Tech exit, for the Varsity.

    4. @adimoolah Maybe you can take me for a spin in your FL5 at a Caffeine & Octane . Wanted a CTR but I thought the mark up was going to put the car into the 50K range. Bought a GRC.

    1. Not to mention, you can take it around the track a bunch of times even in hot weather, and not have to worry about the motor over heating. I love my fl5, but she gets hot when pushed.

    1. The way they explain all the nuances and details of the race. Way better than carwows “what exactly happened” although I do enjoy car wowbas well. Just wish Camisa made more videos

  2. Two amazing points. 1. The NSX is such a technological marvel considering how old it is slinging with the best modern Hondas and 2. The quality of hagerty videos.

    1. โ€‹โ€‹@Iron Reed No, it was SOHC…in fact, all J-series V6 engines were SOHC up until 2021 when the 2nd-gen Acura TLX debuted.

    2. @Iron Reed Then I guess it was a typo, because I’ve worked on plenty of those older V6 Accords as a mechanic…they’re all SOHC (the 4 cyl is DOHC).

    3. @Will B. Smooth That’s what made the NSX special. Flat Plane V6 with dual over head cam. With the Flat Plane design from (B16A of Honda Vtec 4 cylinders etc) it would NEVER been able to Rev to 8.5K. The next car to do a Flat Plane V6 was from a current Ford Gt 350 with a Turbo. Honda was on top of there Sh*t.

  3. The new cars look like suvs sitting next to the older ones in regards to size. And yet manage to stay lightweight, especially compared to other modern cars. Great video!

  4. S2000 still the most fun to drive. Mid front engine layout, rear wheel drive and short gears. I love every Honda there through r especially the golden years. Awesome video

    1. Iโ€™ll say that my supercharged S2000 was without a doubt, the most fun car Iโ€™ve ever taken canyon carving. I miss it all the time.

      That being said, Iโ€™d much rather stick to the NSX for day to day driving and what not. More spacious, refined, comfortable and better suited for longer trips.

  5. Tragic that none of these were taken around a track, thatโ€™s where they really shine compared to straight up speed

    1. One can only hope! Seeing that the NSX was instant off the line, I feel that the true competition would be the CTR/ITS but it really come down to the Nsx driver with EVERYTHING being Analog.

    2. Prediction would be on modern rubber, on a track like Laguna Seca, the NSX would be a no-contest. No clue on exactly how much the S2000 would win by, but it would win. The old Integra would lose, but I’d predict it’d lose to the modern cars by less than the S2000 beats them by… But that’s completely a prediction. If they could do this again, and do the track race, I’d like to see them throw in some more forgettable “sport sedans” that Honda/Acura makes. For examples, the 4th Gen TL with AWD and a manual, and the TLX Type S. To my surprise, the TLX has more power, but its 0-60 and 1/4 times are slower than the TL, which are on par with the new Type R.

    1. One thing to note, the Integra Type S vehicle stability assist CAN be disabled. Throttle House’s review shows how to do this and the speed difference it makes

    2. I’d DEFINITELY HAVE an Integra Type R as my ‘Everyday’, and a NSX ‘Zanardi S. E.’ as my ‘Weekend’… The Integra in White… The Zanardi… Well, obviously… In red… ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ‘Œ

  6. These video editors deserve a huge raise. They are on another level. Jason and Randy also have such good chemistry. Carwow’s got nothing on Hagerty.

    1. A little too much in my opinion, but I’m not complaining, the content itself is good.

      *if that’s what they need to do to get viewers, so be it.

    2. @Mofay SCarwow is so skewed unfairly and in favour of BMW above all other car manufacturers it ain’t even funny. Matt Watson must be on a good screw of money from BMW ads.

    3. @Jazz Dub How so? Can you give examples? Are they saying like, a specific model does 10 second quarter mile when it actually does 12? What?

  7. These are so entertaining whatever the cars and line up the editing and production is like none other and with Jasonโ€™s comedic narration this format canโ€™t miss.

    1. @X OX Dude. Ik had one. I had it for 40k. That was 20 years ago. Had an S2000 for 15k. Got a 300ZX for 5k. Still have that one though. Because the Z32 is a nicer driving car in my opinion.

    2. Yes and no….honda can build a civic or integra that can be fast but they keep holding back and this video shows us why….put it together…

  8. Proof that the millions of dollars of research and F1 knowledge they poured into the NSX over 30 years ago still holds up. That is truly a special car.

    1. Amen to that, still kicking myself for skipping on an opportunity to buy one for 30k years ago. Now they’re north of 100k in Canada. Particularly since it’s all Aluminum chassis is a god send for Canadian climate, no rusting.

  9. The production on these videos are astonishing; ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿฝ for the men and women behind scenes helping make this happen !

  10. My Integra Type R, while not blisteringly fast by modern standards, is such a stupendously fun car to drive and that B18 sings like nothing else out there. It’s a spectacular car. (Also, no shade to the driver in this video, but Best Motoring took the JDM ITR – a little lighter and very slightly more powerful than the USDM model – through the 1/4 mile in the mid-high 14s)

  11. The production values and virtual insertion of Jason in the slow-mos even tapping the car is so clever.

    You guys set a very high bar!

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