Everyone seemed to get a really huge kick out of Peter Björck's obscene Supra-powered Volvo wagon the last time he was featured here, so I'm happy to announce that his particularly Swedish brand of crazy is back for more.
What sort of evil sorcery is this? Have wizards started moving into the BMW hooning business?
As we watch this intrepid hoon launch his beater Chevy Corsica high, so high over a minivan we have to ask ourselves, what is this guy doing so very right?
Is there anything more metal than doing a burnout in a trashy old V12 Jaguar XJS?
Burnouts are pretty straightforward. Could there be a better twist on the concept? The Australians think so, and it's called the powerskid.
If you thought giganto-turbo sand drag racing in the UAE was badass, wait till you see them go uphill.
As a native Texan, the only thing I enjoy more than burnouts is truck burnouts. I look at them the same way I look at barbecue: the smokier, the better.
Ever been tempted to get your buddies together, split the cost of buying an insanely cheap car, beat said car to death in a parking lot, and then put the whole ordeal on YouTube? Of course you have. Hell, some of you jokers have probably even done it.
It's not hoonage until you blow up your car.
Now this is how you do a victory donut: with no steering wheel!
Empty snow-covered roundabouts: what are they for? Powerslides, of course, even in a GT-R.
You know what sounds better than a Maserati GranTurismo doing donuts? When the Italian V8 is backed up by a huge American V10 doing donuts, too.
On a recent sunny day in Australia, a group of people got it into their heads that they should attempt to shatter the current world record for cars doing burnouts at the same time. This is because Australia is perhaps the last place on Earth where this kind of behavior is acceptable, and even encouraged. (We know it…
If you're looking for a good demonstration of how to crash a Mustang, look no further than this video. You'll learn something about proper jump technique as well.
We all know the regular hitters when it comes to V8-swapped British cars: the Sunbeam Tiger and the Shelby Cobra. But what happens when you shove a 450 horsepower Chevy V8 in a Triumph sedan?
We have seen all manner of glorious, massive, flaming burnouts from cars, but can they really top the bottomless burnout power of a drag racing semi?
Feeling good about yourself? Made some good New Years' resolutions you just know you're going to keep? Well get ready to be both simultaneously inspired and made to feel like a big, lazy slug. How? By watching this video of a soldier who lost all his limbs drifting a Mazda in the snow.
You know how drift cars are supposed to slide through corners and race cars are supposed to grip through them instead? What if we found a race car that drifts through corners with some of the biggest slip angles we've seen?
I want you to let those concepts swirl around in your brain for just a bit: Volvo wagon, Supra engine, drifting. They're three very different but great things that combine to make something incredible, like peanut butter and jelly and ecstasy tablets.