Thought you knew what it was like to ride a Moto GP bike from video games? Think again. This footage of Didier Grams speeding through the Macau GP 2013 should give you new respect for the balls it takes to ride one of these superbikes.
Volvo Trucks hired Jean-Claude Van Damme to perform an insane split between two of their trucks as they drive backwards down a runway – showing off not only the power of JCVD, but the stability of the trucks and the skill of their drivers.
For the latest in his blockbuster Gymkhana series, Ken Block partnered up with EA’s Need for Speed: Rivals, burning his 650hp Ford Fiesta ST RX43 through a ridiculous obstacle course. The Segway donuts are totally off the hook.
One of the launch models from Caterham’s new bike company, the Brutus 750 is a versatile motorcycle, equally at home on and off road. It can even be easily converted into a snowmobile. It has a 750cc engine, CVT and 26″ wheels.
What was once a simple golf cart has been transformed into a smoke-spewing machine, courtesy of a Suzuki Hayabusa motorcycle engine. We’re certain the Marshal would kick you off the course for riding it across the fairway.
The Snakebit is a 1956 F-100 modified in the style of classic Shelby Mustangs. It has a 550hp 5.4L supercharged V8 engine and a custom stretched out body. It will be auctioned in 2014 to raise funds for a children’s hospital.
An all-terrain buggy and paraglider in one. It has a 1L 123hp EcoBoost engine and weighs just 926lb., thanks to its carbon fiber and fiberglass chassis and carbon fiber propeller. It goes up to 115mph on land and up to 55mph on air.
Red Bull driver David Coulthard took his F1 racer to the the helipad atop of the 689-foot-tall Burj Al Arab in Dubai, and spun out the type of donuts usually reserved for parking lots. And it’s not like that guardrail would’ve stopped him if he lost it.
Schumi drove this particular F310B race car at the 1997 Belgian Grand Prix. It will be auctioned off on 11/21/13 and will come with perks from Ferrari, such as members-only racing events, maintenance and storage.