The roads of Russia are certainly an insane place, as evidenced by all of the nutty dash cam footage that comes out of the country daily. However, Chechnya seems like an equally crazy place, that is if you consider crazy to be stopping traffic on a busy road to do donuts and shoot guns. The guys behind the wheel and behind the barrel are apparently mobsters who were part of a wedding party that hit the road.
Team Betsafe’s Swedish freeskiing legend Jon Olsson is not afraid to take his world famous Audi RS6 DTM into extreme weather conditions. This video gives viewers the first look at the performance of the car, showing it blast through piles of snow in Åre, Sweden. “I did not build this car to roll around to car shows, this car was built to get me anywhere I need to go, no matter what weather it is! I have to admit that the snow was a little deeper than I thought, but at least now I know that I have the worlds fastest snowplow!” – Jon Olsson.
“The man driving the car cut off the semi, making the driver hit him, then pulls the innocent old man out and starts assaulting him. We intervened, the a**hole took a nap. Gary, the semi driver works for a company “Upstaging”. He was hauling sound equipment for Bob Dylan’s concert. This was filmed in Baltimore, Maryland.” – Tommy Solace.
Charles’ Mazda RX-7 is one of the wildest rotaries we’ve seen in a while. Power comes from a Promaz bridge ported 20B triple rotor engine and boosted by a Garrett GTX42R turbo running on methanol fuel and backed by a Jerico 5-speed gearbox. At Easter Car Mania in Australia, Charles sure gave the Mazda a solid workout. Sounds mean as f**k, and dude can steer like a boss.
This is something you don’t see every day, even if you live on the German Autobahn: a Porsche 918 Spyder chasing a Koenigsegg Agera R at 350 km/h. Of course, that was just the speed of the 918 Spyder chase car—the Agera R may have been going even faster. While it’s the Autobahn, and presumably an unlimited section, the speeds attained here seem a bit risky: it’s wet, and there’s a fair amount of traffic. We’re glad this video didn’t end up the way it could have. Many bugs were killed that day.
Hills should always be tackled straight up or down and sideway slopes avoided like the plague. A vehicle has to be at an extreme angle for it to roll head to tail, whereas a sideways roll can occur at much more modest angles. Is this Toyota really climbing this rock, or are tricky angles being used? Tell us your thoughts in our comment section now!
The Bugatti Veyron is the fastest production supercar whose performance has captivated legions of fans around the world since its launch in 2005. The world première of the final and 450th Veyron marked the culmination of an unprecedented chapter in automotive history. Bugatti engineers have pushed the limits of physics and do things that had never been done before in automotive development. Get a rare insight into the Bugatti production in Molsheim, France, and witness the process of manufacturing the last of its kind, the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse “La Finale”.
When YouTuber, Josh Paler Lin wanted to prove a point about how we as a society tend to be a little judgmental at times, he decided to set out with his camera crew and prove his point by doing a social experiment. Check it out!
It was a crazy scene as cars had to swerve to avoid hitting a woman who was meandering in and out of lanes on the I-15 freeway in City Heights. A taxi driver and motorcyclist pulled over to help. However, the woman decided to walk back across the freeway and get into her car. A bystander had to walk back onto the freeway and direct traffic as others attempted to get the driver to a safe place.
TRC collaborated with the beautiful Maria Doroshina to see how she would go at the old “$100 dollar bill game” in their 1200bhp Toyota Supra. They decided to make things a little more interesting and play the game with FIVE $100 bills taped to the dashboard. Watch it now!