Word to the wise: don’t stand in front of a rally jump.
He didn’t just jump the Tacoma Dome up in Washington State, he jumped the stands leading into it, too.
You might think it’s impossible to want a Chevy Cavalier, the cockroach of the automotive world, but watch this video and you’ll understand.
This video was posted with the title “Range Rover V8 Turbo Insane Jump.” Well, it’s definitely a Range Rover, and it may well have a turbo V8 engine. The question remains: is the jump insane?
A 1980s-era Toyota Van (aka the MasterAce aka the Passenger Van aka the Wonderwagon) is not built to tackle the ups and downs of a motocross track. So what happens when you drive one on there anyway?
Did you have a good Labor Day this year? No. You did not. You did not jump a flaming Suburban into a lake.
Apparently, it’s tough enough.
He calls it the ‘Baja Sears.’ This guy is winning at life.
Sure, you can jump a school buses with a motorcycle, but what about jumping motorcycles with a bus? One brave stuntman asked this question in the most testing manner possible.
Let’s say you build up a Nissan 240SX for the sole purpose of sliding and hammering through a rallycross course. What would you do with it? Yeah, I thought so.
If you’re wondering what really happens when you choose express delivery, here you go.
This is not a photoshop.
Jumping a car with another car — how hard could it be?
What could possibly go wrong, right?
I am currently in the deep depths of a Nissan Patrol obsession. It is not healthy.
Let’s say you’ve finally built up your lifted Dodge 1500 and you’ve made it out to Pismo Beach. Jump it, bro! What could go wrong?
I should have known that the VW Rabbit would be really good at taking jumps.
As you all know, the Nissan Stanza is humankind's greatest triumph of engineering. At least, that's what this YouTube description implies.
An old Sentra is good at a number of things, like existing and being made of atoms. But what about taking one mudding?
The World Rally Championship visited Sweden and Norway over the weekend. When I say 'visited,' I mean 'transited the upper atmosphere positioned above' these Nordic countries.