Within the vast videoscape of YouTube, there are certain channels that are doing the lord’s work, so to speak. Being Car Bibles, we’ve got to use this kind of phrasing from time to time *bah-dum-tsss*. YouTube channel 19Bozzy92 really stands out with everything motorsport fans need: Great sound and video quality, an excellent variety of race cars, and all uploaded with good frequency.
Sifting through the many pages of Bozzy’s library, you quickly see that they cover everything. A street-legal Maserati MC12 race car, 13B rotary-powered Mazda RX-3, NASCARs at Goodwood, BMW M8 in GTE trim; you get the idea. There’s truly a video for every enthusiast. Without looking at the channel’s date of birth, you can tell they’ve been doing it for a long time, too.
There isn’t much info about who Bozzy is, as the camera is always facing the cars. Though what I can decipher from social media is they’re Italian, and, well, they devote what seems like their whole life to their content.
The up-close-and-personal energy is what makes it fun to watch.
They farm this content at various racetracks all over Europe: Monza, the Red Bull Ring, Zandvoort, Imola, the Nürburgring, and more. The majority of the footage they film is from media locations, as well as the stands, on test days or qualifying sessions. This makes it easy to isolate each individual car’s signature sound.
Bozzy also films from various locations in one video, including sometimes from within the pits. This gives a nice, wholistic view of these beautiful machines; what cold starts sound like, how they sound entering and then ripping out of slow corners, how they sound barreling down long straightaways, etc.
The coverage is so comprehensive that you can almost smell the cold starts getting pushed through these beautiful machines’ cat-less exhaust systems.
This one’s a great example of how thorough the coverage gets: a street-legal Maserati MC12 race car; with a big V12, aero, and all!