Here we see why it's always better to race big, V8 muscle cars: it's more fun.
With a Lexus V8 about to go into the drift Previa Hoonivan, the owner decided to see if he could blow its wimpy 2.4 liter motor. He ended up blowing a tire instead.
This is cross-country racing, where you can see Guy Smith's BMW V10-powered offroad racer rip up some of the toughest rally stages in the United Kingdom. Oh, you didn't know about BMW V10 offroad racers?
The immortal words of "I could do that in a van" don't just apply to the Nürburgring. Here's a Škoda/TAZ van showing that yes, it can powerslide.
It's the new, very sideways, very New Hampshire episode of Tuerck'd. He jumps a car through an explosion. We want to go to there.
We like the Fiat 500 Abarth. We like it more when it takes advantage of its short track and hits a go-kart track. We like it best when it runs a go-kart track for charity.
About to replace your tires? Burn the living bejeesus out of the old ones before they go.
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.
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.
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?