Surely there is some scenario more ripe for automotive disaster than a group of BMW drivers filming themselves driving on Russian Roads, but we're having a hard time dreaming it up at the moment.
Traveling through what looks like part of the former Soviet Union, a dash cam captures a truck flipping in a corner, nearly missing an old Benz, then colliding with the camera car. Pants: pooped.
If you decide to stand in the middle of a busy highway, you'll be lucky if you make it out alive. This Russian stopped his car in the middle of a major road, got out, and was flipped end-over-end into the air by an approaching vehicle. He can consider his two broken legs a blessing.
Moscow is known for its supercars, its street racing, and its street drifting. All that went wrong, however, when an Audi R8, drifting for the camera, smashed another car in what has now become — in just two days — one of the highest-watched car videos on YouTube.
This Russian cabbie was clearly having a bad day. First, he tried to drive through a puddle that ended up being three feet deep. Then, he somehow managed to join his car in the cold, muddy water.
The latest example of random insanity from the Russian roads captured by dashcam shows, in rather direct fashion, how one worker's negligence can quickly translate into an SUV flying through the air.
Here is a security video showing a man who didn't get what he was looking for at his Nissan dealership. He got behind the wheel of his SUV and drove into the showroom, repeatedly ramming the cars inside. But why did he do it?
Everyone knows the best way to kill vampires is with a wooden stake through the heart. It appears from these pictures someone in Russia decided for some reason this station wagon should meet a similar fate
When erratic driving turns into a lucky but awesome "lane change", we are once again thankful so many Russian drivers have dash cams to capture the chaos of their county's open roads.
The MiG-15 dominated the skies when made its debut in the Korean war. One of the USSR's first successful swept-wing aircraft it has since become the most-built jet of all time. Our friends at Oobject have assembled the most soaring monuments to the Soviet's favorite fighter.
This is yet another Russian dash cam video where the lack of context is largely outweighed by the "WTF" of it all. According to bad Russian translations, this appears to be some sort of Russian supercop holding on to a car at what we're told is approximately 40 mph.
A convicted murderer with the best bros in the world is back behind bars after making a daring escape from a high-security Russian prison earlier today.
Judging from the extreme nature of Russian winters and countless pictures we've seen of cars absolutely buried it seems fairly common to get your car frozen beneath piles of snow in the country. What strikes us as fairly uncommon about these pictures, taken in the city of Nizhny Novgorod, is the fact this victim of…
Somewhere in Moscow there is a white Subaru STi weaving and sliding through traffic like a drunk madman. If you're watching this, Subaru driver, we want to tell you that you're a reckless asshole.
While Russian manufacturer Zavod imeni Likhachova—more commonly referred to as ZIL—might be best known for the buses and trucks they produce, the company also built the high dollar executive sedans and limos that transported rich and important Russians for decades.
We don't know if competitive moose wrangling is a thing, but if it were, we figure that offroad tractor racing would be its motorsports equivalent.
As car lovers there are few things worse to us than people who take it upon themselves to vandalize other people's cars. Yet judging from the relative frequency with which it occurs, there is still a decent sized section of the population who feels it acceptable and necessary to destroy automobiles.
We're assuming this video was shot in Russia, because who else would be crazy and cunning enough to snag live sheep from a moving truck and drop them in an also moving sidecar? Just watch the video.
Driving in Chechnya is a serious undertaking. You have to make sure that other cars and SUVs know where you are, otherwise they'll ram you off the road. That's why this driver uses the best car horn ever, an AK-47.