Designed to be faster than a snow cat and more affordable than taking a helicopter, Ken Block’s RaptorTRAX features four tracks which enable the truck to drive in snowy terrain. While they each weigh about 350 lbs/159 kg, the truck’s supercharged 6.2-liter V8 engine compensates for the added mass by producing approximately 650 bhp. You can also see the truck in action here!
I went into this thinking that nearly 10 minutes was too long for a video like this, but god damn it if I wasn’t enthralled for the entire time. From the tiny adorable snow chains, to using the mechanical arm to actually attach an equally adorable tiny tow rope. This was a billion times more entertaining than those towing reality shows. Those cameras make it look like you’re actually a little person in the vehicle. Seriously awesome.
This is just nuts. As everyone who’s played Street Fighter 2 knows, after a world warrior has successfully defeated three opponents in the tournament he or she is sent to a Car Crusher bonus round where the objective is to wreck a car that’s in perfect working condition, as some sort of crazy test of strength or skill. Ever wondered how impressive that would look like, if Street Fighter 2 were real and an actual Car Crusher bonus round took place in real-life? Check it out!
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The following footage of former F1/current WRC driver, Robert Kubica, ripping across impossibly-bendy roads at an ungodly rate of speed are intended to demonstrate the importance of good shocks for rally driving. We’re not necessarily sharing them with you to enforce the importance of spending five figures on good dampers, but because holy f**k this is insane.
“This week we covered a car in blood and went to the nearest Car Washes, Drive Thru’s and Liquor stores to see what the workers would think of the accident.” – The Royal Stampede
They are supposed to be the police’s covert eyes and ears on WA roads but one unmarked motorcycle officer was caught unawares when he was hit from behind by a Perth motorist. I love the way the cops lifts the front face of his helmet. Lifts it with such attitude, you just know the guy in the car is f**ked.
If you’re not excited right now, you really should be. Ford’s blue collar supercar – itself a spiritual successor to the old GT40 – now has a descendent, and this is it. As we had been expecting, this stunning two-door coupe has a mid-mounted 3.5-litre ‘Ecoboost’ V6, which thanks to a pair of turbochargers kicks out “more than 600hp,” all of which is sent to the rear wheels via a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox. Ford is promising “one of the best power-to-weight ratios of any production car.” Do you like it?
“We’ve seen some sketchy cars in the past, but this one is definitely up there with the CRAZIEST! We’ve seen this Evo at KOTSXII in the past, but at this particular race, he decided he was in it to win it! The guys at KOTS definitely weren’t ready for this thing to put on a show!” – 1320video.
“Alright, boys, we have to do some damage control and clean up our image. Any ideas?” “I’ll lip sync Taylor Swift while driving around in my squad car.” “That is the dumbest idea I’ve ever heard, but it just might work.” – “While reviewing dashcam footage, we come across some interesting sights to say the least,” the police department explained on their Facebook page. “We decided we would share some with you … We hope you enjoy this…and Taylor Swift if you’re watching…we’re sorry.” Shake it off, sir. Shake it off.
A Christian mother in Tennessee is worried that occult influences are lurking in her town and showing their presence in the unlikeliest of places, the red tail lights of local school buses. Robyn Wilkins snapped a photo of the tail lights while she sat behind a bus in traffic. To her, the pattern of tiny light bulbs under each brake light’s red plastic lens looked like inverted five-pointed stars, which form the ancient symbol of the pentagram when enclosed by a circle. “Anyone who fears a God, if not God and Jesus Christ, should be outraged,” the worried mother said.