The Nürburgring always delivers wild crashes, so here are the most brutal ones from 2014/15 to keep us on our toes. One wrong move on this track, and your fenders are done son!
“Barely in control of the vehicle”. B*tch please, you couldn’t fathom this amount of control. As usual, Tracy Grimshaw is not happy. Captured on a truck driver’s dash cam, this is some of the craziest street drifting during peak hour traffic we have ever seen recorded on Australian roads. All things aside, this guy knows how to drift. You’ve gotta laugh at how they portray the truck driver as a victim that went through a traumatic experience.
Furious 7 is releasing this weekend which means all of mankind is about to have their eyeballs blasted (and brains removed for two hours) with the most insane special and practical effects that don’t involve space or superheroes or space-based superheroes. Here’s a quick cut of some behind the scenes footage of Furious 7 and man, the action sequences look fantastic.
A lot of people get into racing because it’s fun, or because they have the money behind them to do it, or simply because their parents did it. Not Rob Parsons. Paralysed in a horrific dirt bike accident, he’s building a race car for a reason. He’s not trying to repair his body. He’s repairing the world. Awesome stuff.
Cake, champagne, flowers, it’s all a bit passé. What a wedding really needs these days is luxury cars performing burnouts on residential streets. That was the thought process for one Sydney bridal party and the idea will see at least one reveller front court on dangerous driving charges. High definition footage, filmed from various angles using cameramen on the ground as well as a drone, was posted on Facebook by Queen Street Car Hire company who supplied some cars for the wedding. Check it out and leave your thoughts in our comment section now!
Vmax Stealth featured some pretty epic cars including; LaFerrari, McLaren P1, two Porsche 918 Spyders, Bugatti Veyron, Koenigsegg Agera, Koenigsegg CCX, Koenigsegg CCR, Ferrari Enzo, and so many more. The cars would take it in turns to blast up the runway with the fastest speed recorded being the Veyron at 224mph.
Bryan Owens, 22, was taken into custody following an armed robbery and a high-speed chase that involved law enforcement units from three counties. Police officials said he is being charged with hijacking a motor vehicle, armed robbery, several counts of aggravated assault against a police officer, and other charges. Dougherty County Jail records show that the other charges include probation violation, attempt to elude and parole violation.
After yesterday’s announcement that Jeremy Clarkson would be leaving the show, enterprising videographer Jon Harvey put together this amusing – and totally unofficial – commemoration. I bet Porsche, Mclaren and Ferrari all feel relieved with this outcome. I was really looking forward to that race. I am certain the show will be re-branded on a different network with the same cast. Over 300 million viewers with $50 million in revenue will entice someone other than BBC to pick up the show.
In a prank for the ages, professional racing champion Leona Chin disguised herself in an oversized pair of glasses and a denim vest before getting behind the wheel of the car. Instead of a driving lesson, these instructors got the most terrifyingly fast ride of their lives on their very first day at work.
Reporters asked James May if he would stay presenting after hearing the official word from the BBC that Clarkson had been sacked. May replied, “Well I don’t wanna talk about that too much, but I think the three of as a package, it works for very complicated reasons that a lot of people don’t fully understand.” Hopefully this means they all leave together and move to a new channel!