Luckily no one was seriously injured after a bus with failed brakes flew off a wall, narrowly missing another bus full of passengers. Yikes!
BMW seems big on drifting these days, and so are we, for the record. The video features the M4 sliding in very close proximity to other M cars of various vintages, churning up nimbus clouds of tire smoke, before it takes its spot at the end of a formation that depicts the BMW M logo when viewed from above. The driving was performed by BMW Performance Driving School chief instructor Matt Mullins and Formula Drift champion Chris Forsberg. Check it out!
From skateboards to go karts, Mulholland drive in Southern California is and impressive and enjoyable piece of road. YouTuber RNickeyMouse has collected all his best instagram videos and made one awesome compilation of Mulholland moments!
The woman on this motorcycle is wearing a thong. You don’t see that everyday. Or maybe you do, in which case you should write a sightseeing book for tourists. The guy in the car where the video is being shot clearly seems impressed, although, to be fair, his ecstasy may be partially brought on by the end of Hotel California.
I hate the line “We’ll handle this like f**ken men.” No dude, what you mean is you’ll handle it like a petulant child. Men don’t get into fistfights because they had a bad day, children do. Poorly behaved c*nty children at that. Do you think this road rage footage is real, or a clever fake? Leave your thoughts in our comment section now!
When a motorcycle hits a car, things rarely go well for the rider. To make riding a bit safer, Ducati Motorcycles and apparel firm Dainese have teamed up to introduce what they say is the world’s first wireless airbag jacket. While traditional airbag jackets activate by pulling a ripcord, the fully integrated Dainese system triggers wirelessly. Available on the $US19,995 Ducati Multistrada 1200 touring bike, the safety system uses the onboard accelerometer and central computer to sense a crash. That activates the jacket’s “cold” technology gas generators in just 45 milliseconds, fast enough to inflate the jacket before the rider hits a car or the ground.
While under the guise of shooting footage for a documentary film, Corey Wadden from Canada captured his mother’s genuine reaction as he surprised her with the car she’s always wanted. While an unusual choice as a dream car, Wadden tells us that his mother used to clean houses for a living, and fell in love with the 1970s Saab after knowing a client who owned one. The client would even let her drive it from time to time, knowing she loved it. After Wadden’s mother lost her job over two years ago, he set off to earn enough money to finance her retirement. He claims he has not yet been successful, though but the new car is “a big milestone.” Wadden spent a whole year searching for the car model and saving enough money to buy it.