'Paddock Bashing' Is Concentrated Australian Hoonage

When the Mitsubishi Magna dug a wheel and nearly rolled, we realized we had a new favorite sport: paddock bashing. There's a Ford ute, that Mitsu sedan, a flatbed that also nearly rolls, lots of booze and even more carnage. Warning: NSFW language.


Paddock bashing is simple: Get an Australian or a New Zealander and some space off road and just go wild with your car. Add more people, more cars, more alcohol to the mix and you get something like this impromptu demolition derby destructo bash. Watch it in HD for the full metal crunching spectacle.

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LandofMinos: ...sent down to strike the unroadworthy!

NSFW language? I'm an Aussie and can barely understand what these drunken cunts are saying. But good on them for keeping their DUI'ing off the road.

Paddock bashing starts at an early age for us kids in Oz and NZ. My older brother and I started at around 9-11 years old. Before that, at around 6-7 years, we used to sit on dad's lap and he do the throttle while we did the steering. He taught us sliding and opposite lock.

It's a great idea to teach hooning at an early age. We could do emergency brake avoidance by the time we got our license.