Jumping a car with another car — how hard could it be?
Ladies and gentlemen, this is motorsport. Turn on the righteous insanity that is the Ahoy 7 Maart 2015 Dutch Tractor Pull event, 3500 kilogram class (sponsored by Wellner Fruit, BV) and you'll have no trouble killing the rest of your work day.
The Port of Rotterdam in the Netherlands is the largest port in Europe, and one of the largest and most important in the world. It is virtually impossible to grasp its scale, but this video gives you a sense of what goes on there.
Here we have an old Daihatsu Charade and I think it's time to answer the question that's on all of our minds: how does it handle being exploded?
I'm so confused by so much of what I'm seeing here. I think they're speaking Dutch, which may be corroborated by the "AMSTERDAM" painted on the Corolla's door. But this stunt — with the fire, the absent roll cage or fire suit — is absolutely, clinically bonkers.
How do you test the brakes of your Leopard tank? If you're mad like the Dutch, you nearly run over 22 people.
Let me start by saying that this Peugeot 205 jump is huge. It's like, a car jumping over a car. It's massive. But the best part is why the driver wanted to do the jump in the first place.
The world of motorsports is supposed to be a rich man's fancy - Formula One, Le Mans, they're are filled with gentleman drivers. Not all car races are cultured, though.
Eleven people were onboard this hot air balloon as it crashed into a lake in the Netherlands last week. Only two passengers sustained minor injuries.
There are only two rules in bathtub racing: your vehicle can't have more than two cylinders and it has to be a bathtub on wheels.
This is Opel Omega would be just another bland European family sedan, except for one thing: it has the back axle off of a loader vehicle. Time for some donuts!