As Dutch is close to Afrikaans, I'll attempt to translate verbatim:
"I am Stephan Lenior (he pronounces it Lay-nee-or) and this is my Alfa Romeo GTV. (unknown sentence) but under the bonnet is something special. This GTV has two motors and it's therefore the Bimotor GTV."
I started the project because I enjoy a technical challenge. (unknown sentence) The front engine is a 3 liter engine tuned to deliver 245hp. The rear engine is a 3.2 24 valve engine out of a 156 GTA also delivering 245hp.
The rear engine is bolted to the front subframe of an Alfa 166. The advantage of this is that I could attach wheels, suspension, engine and gearbox on one subframe.
The cooling (for the rear engine) is important and takes place by means of a hole in the boot lid and a small flap in front of the rear wing forcesthe air through the radiator and it exits under the car.
The exhaust system of the rear engine is also very special since it hast to be fitted in very limited space in close proximity to the shock absorbers and drive shafts. The right exhaust outlet is for the rear engine, the left exhaust outlet for the front engine.
The first question that always gets posed is how to get the two engines synchronised. Well that is not a problem at all and can be compared to two persons getting the same instruction to perform. What is important to synchronise, is the engine acceleration characteristics and clutch mechanism. This has to be synchronised exactly the same. I have monitoring instruments for each engine, everything on the left is for the front engine, and everything on the right is for the rear engine. This counts for the exhausts, the fuel pumps, the two rev counters, the two temperature guages and the two starter buttons.
To drive the car, both engines must be running. Our starting procedure is to first start the front engine amd then the rear one.
He goes on talking about the characteristics and mentions that taking hairpins being spectacular (for obvious reasons) then mentions the gear ratios: There is always full grip with the car being four wheel drive, so acceleration off the apex is very good. Second gear goes to 100km/h, 3rd goes to 170km/h, 4rth gear takes it to 240km/h. In theory at 6200rpm it should do 292km/h. That's where 490hp will take the GTV but I have not tried this myself..."
Sorry about the sections I missed!