English farmer Andy Burton built himself one of the fastest, loudest rally cars in history. Apparently that didn’t impress one very dumb sheep.
I know many of our readers are currently cross-shopping the Tesla Model S with many other cars now, and, based on emails we get, one of the biggest concerns has to do with if livestock can be crammed in the Tesla’s front trunk (also known as a frunk or tront). Well good news! you can, and there’s video proof.
A truck ferrying 400 sheep overturned on an overpass in Laverton, Australia, sending nearly 400 terrified sheep plummeting to their doom onto the traffic below. No humans were hurt as the 100+ pound animals tumbled onto passing cars, but only about 10 of the sheep survived.
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.
Current F1 World Champion Sebastian Vettel shears a sheep like a pro in preparation for the season opener in Australia this weekend. One can only assume this is the Mosley-inspired ritual all new champions must undergo before the new season.
Hyundai's new ad campaign ahead of the Super Bowl claims the reason we have boring cars is sheepish people keep buying them. We couldn't help but notice all but one "sheep" car was a Toyota. Subtle, Hyundai, subtle. We like.
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department's capturing bighorn sheep with a helicopter and transporting them to the Big Bend State Park as part of a project ironically funded by hunting the sheep. Everything's bigger and better in Texas, even environmentalism.