From TrackMania² Canyon comes the most insane video game racetrack you will ever see. The jumps this guy makes are so perfect it will make you want to call the local news!
In what may be a first, a six-year-old boy got the ride of his life recently as his dad let him take control of the Harley-Davidson Dyna Glide T Sport motorcycle they were riding together. Do you think this is silly and dangerous, or f**ken awesome parenting? Leave your thoughts in our comment section now!
The supercar flame-throwing craze may be a little bit over the top, but we still can’t stop watching these videos. This time, a supercar meet at Weeze airport in Germany has a McLaren 12C owner and a Lamborghini Aventador driver – apparently bored between their runway races – get into a flame battle that ends with one very clear winner.
Unable to ski at present because of an injury, Swedish adventure skier Jon Olsson has come up with another way to hit the slopes: behind the wheel of a V8 powered, 600-horsepower prototype race car. Olsson drives up the mountain in the prototype, which is actually his street-legal Rebellion R2k built for last year’s Gumball 3000 rally. Shout out to Fredrik Korsvoll for the submission.
With the unveiling of the Discovery Vision Concept at the NY Auto Show just days away, Land Rover has released this insane video detailing one of the features of its upcoming SUV. The “Transparent Bonnet” combines a series of grille-mounted cameras with a high-tech head-up display, allowing drivers to “see through” their hoods in order to overcome obstacles on offroad tracks. No, you won’t be seeing the engine components at work, but rather gain a clear view of the road beneath them.
The following footage shows a tuned Nissan GT-R racing a nitro-boosted, fourth-gen Chevrolet Camaro on a side road somewhere around the Oakland Harbor in California. After the race, the cops make their appearance and try to pull over the GT-R in a Ford Explorer SUV and a Crown Victoria, but the driver of the Japanese super car had other plans in mind so they gave up.
The Racer Channel and Verizon IndyCar Series driver Simon Pagenaud brings us their latest visor Cam, this time from the first day of practice for the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. Ride along with the Frenchman as he manhandles his Honda-powered Schmidt Peterson Motorsports Indy car around the 1.8-mile street circuit, and as usual, look for plenty of snap oversteer.
If one could name not one but two German sports cars that require some serious skill to drive, likely you would have to pick the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Black Series and the Porsche 997 GT2 RS. Both are monumental vehicles that are downright frightening at the limit. To be straightforward, you need to be brave to get behind the wheel and go for it. Who do you think will walk away with the crown?