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December 22, 2010 12:40 ET

StreetFire.net Releases the 2010 Top 10 List of Most Remarkable, Funny and Technically Amazing Auto-Focused Videos

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - December 22, 2010) - StreetFire.net, the go-to site for all car-related, user provided video content, today released its top 10 list of the most remarkable auto videos of 2010. The videos each are outstanding for particular reasons -- from the gravity-defying motorcycle jump, the funny and ridiculous efforts to load a car into the back of a U-Haul to the amazing technical feats like the Alpha 10 GTR which clocks in at 153 MPH in the quarter mile.

The videos, all produced by users on StreetFire.net, are just a sampling of the car-focused pieces uploaded to the site monthly. "StreetFire.net gets the attention of the most committed auto enthusiasts and the videos are getting large numbers of views every day," said Karan Singh, product and content director for StreetFire. "We see new clips uploaded daily and it is incredibly hard to pick out a great sampling of ten videos from the past year. I think this list gives viewers a pretty good representative range of what was contributed."

Here is the StreetFire.net 2010 Top 10 Amazing, Funny and Inspiring Car Lovers videos:

"I am sure this sampling leaves out some equally cool videos that our users have contributed, but it definitely shows off some of our best and most popular videos by and for our gearheads," Singh said. 

About StreetFire.Net
StreetFire.net is the leader in automotive video sharing on the web and focuses specifically to car, truck and motorcycle enthusiasts. Its library of all car-focused material consists of 1.8 million user contributed videos and streams over 20 million videos monthly. SteetFire.net was acquired by CarDomain.com in 2009. CarDomain.com is the ultimate social networking site for auto enthusiasts with two million registered users and 750,000 custom rides profiles. CarDomain was founded in 1998 and has built the largest database tracking the behavior and purchasing patterns of automotive enthusiasts. CarDomain.com also operates the Autoholics blog for user-generated comments and content. The company is based in Los Angeles. For more information on CarDomain Networks or their Brand Pages, visit http://www.cardomain.com.  

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