I’m convinced at this point that Russia is just a giant film studio, designed to export viral videos. Either that or something’s in the water, because here’s a video of a giant bear riding in a motorcycle sidecar on a public street.
This tiny video brings up so many more questions than it answers. It appears to be some sort of Russian security camera footage, but the car appears to be right-hand drive? I think? And, more importantly, what the the hell is wrong with this guy?
We’re getting a little desensitized to Russian dash cam footage at this point, but holy crap. Charging somebody’s car with an axe wasn’t enough for this guy, he had to pull out his pistol and start blasting while he’s parked at a damn traffic light.
Here's a little something to help you get your morning started right, courtesy of yet another Russian with a dashboard camera and an indestructible bear.
The LADA Sport Lukoil team was hoping for a good result at Autodromo Nazionale Monza last weekend. Instead, one of their drivers destroyed both cars before the race even began.
Yes, this is another Russian dash cam video where you see a long stretch of boring road and then… OMG WHAT IS THAT? In this case, the OMG WHAT IS THAT is a Russian SU-24 jet.
You know when you see people carrying houses on the highway and you think "there's no way that is going to stay on?" Here's what it looks like when a house on a trailer actually falls off the trailer.
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.
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.
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.