Flat out, all the time, everywhere: I will never stop loving the Fiat 126.
Word to the wise: don’t stand in front of a rally jump.
Is this Mustang invincible? I can’t say for sure, but this video evidence seems to imply that it is.
This is when you’re really glad you had to install that parachute.
Did Quattro save him?
Ken Block finished second at the New England Forest Rally this weekend, the biggest American rally of the decade. And that was after this soaring crash.
He registered 120 bar of brake pressure here.
If you’re looking to not crash your car, I would suggest not driving super fast on a road with slow traffic and idiot drivers. This Ferrari F430 driver missed that first lesson, but he did a good job dodging disaster anyway.
Welcome to the 2014 Savies, where we look at the current candidates for the Save of the Year. The closer the death-defying call, the better.
Sure, you can go as fast as you want on a dry lakebed like California's El Mirage. Things just won't necessarily go perfectly.
This is what rally drivers refer to as 'a moment.'
We're all adults here. We know to always leave the car in gear and put the parking brake on. But mistakes happen. So I'm not here to ridicule our mechanic friend, but to praise him, because this has to be the greatest runaway car save I've ever seen.
In 2014, sprint car racing has picked up more than a bit of a rough reputation, but it's a sport with a lot of heart. Just watch these two drivers tear out of their own cars to pull another driver to safety.
"Oh nothing, just leaping over crashing motorcycles, watchu doin'?"
There's a term in the rally community, "press on regardless." if you're wondering what that refers to, here you go.
Now that's car control.
You can sense the horror here — a three-axle truck abruptly pulls out in front of you, before you have time to react. A moment later, you stand up alive. How did it happen?
Just go to about 1:30 in to watch two guys nearly destroy their boy-racer dreams when a sudden caution flag makes them hit the brakes.
Citroën driver Sébastien Chardonnet experienced what rally drivers refer to as 'a moment' during the first day of WRC Finland last week. How exactly did he not crash?
"About a foot," says one of the marshals.