What this driver can do with a completely ordinary old four-door Subaru Impreza GT is nothing short of astonishing.
Forget the WRC. This is how a real rally driver drives: flat out and then some.
What is it about this one corner in Poland that makes seemingly every single rally driver in the entire world crash there?
When you take any car on any sort of test drive, you try not to drive it like you’ve never pushed pedals before. Mostly because you’ll just look like a pissboy, but also because It Is Not Your Car. That rule especially applies to something like the Audi RS6, which it moves very quickly. Which means it also collides…
If your steering wheel fell of while you were driving, you’d probably pull over to the side of the road and wait for a truck to come and tow you to the nearest shop. But you are not a Polish rally driver. If you were, you wouldn’t give a crap if your steering wheel fell off. You’d keep going.
It turns out that even though the McLaren might well be the easiest super sports car to drive and own, it's still something you can crash on a rainy day.
If you're wondering what happens when you stuff a twin turbo LS V8 in a Nissan S-Chassis on purple tires, here you go.
At least, I think it's a gun, coming out of that little Toyota hatchback. I may be having a stroke. Is there children's nursery music playing over this video?
Many crashes are avoidable, not because the driver shouldn't have put themselves in a situation in the first place, but because the driver didn't execute the proper actions when a problem arose. So here, kids. This is exactly how you should drive when two vehicles just plop themselves right in front of your face.
Watching this Mitsubishi Evo slip off the road and shoot end-over-end into the air was scarcely believable the last time we saw it. This new angle gives a better sense of the balletic crash.
Watch how a high-speed crash into a ditch turns a Mitsubishi Evo into an acrobat.
Bikers still get a bad rap in some parts of the world and one Polish rider is out to change that. Wait for it...
Despite putting out (some) power, the engine in this little Volkswagen Golf in Poland has one of the lowest operating temperatures of any out there, at only 98.6° Fahrenheit. Also, it appears to be fueled by cheeseburgers.
I'm a sucker for GoPro videos, and I'm a sucker for the sheer power of awesome that is fighter jets. This video from the Polish Air Force combines both of those for over four minutes of pure, incredible, beautiful pleasure.
This is one of the surprisingly dangerous mountain drifting courses in Poland, and this is one massive supercharger that just so happens to have a Corvette engine and Nissan S14 attached to it.
A Polish rally car decided it wanted to start a new life as a boat at a recent competition, venturing off course and into an irrigation ditch.
Seeing any car destroyed is heartbreaking. Seeing a car being shoved into the gaping maw of a shredder to feed its ravenous, never-ending hunger is downright scary. I'm not sure if the screaming was coming from the car being eaten alive, or from myself.
Polish ex-F1 driver and current rally pilot Robert Kubica hit a rock and lost his wheel at Rally Poland over the weekend. Did he stop? Hell no.