Driver Michael Louli and co-pilot Jim Adams take a bad turn during a race, finding themselves unexpectedly embedded in a house. Thanks to their safety gear, they’re shockingly unfazed by the incident. But what about the homeowner?
An XR100 mini-motorcycle race ends for two riders when they collide in the most unusual of ways, with one rider losing control of his bike and another dragging him by the helmet.
Another devastating traffic accident caught on the streets of Russia – this time, a pedestrian narrowly escapes death or serious injury by gracefully walking backwards from the flying debris.
Most car accidents are over in a flash, but this sand hill climb racer got crumpled and torn apart in an excruciatingly slow crash. The roll cage barely did its job, but at least the driver survived.
In Soviet Belarus, not wearing a seat belt saves you. Or at least that seems to be what happened in this crazy accident. He may have hurt his head in the process, but he could easily have lost it.
(NSFW: Language) A group of Scotsmen crash-land their hot air balloon in China, maintaining the most upbeat attitude you’ve ever heard from guys who could have just as easily plunged to their deaths.
This guy had the unfortunate bad luck to roll his Toyota 4×4 as he drove it down a rocky hill. Not only did he manage to escape unscathed – he did it with style and grace.
If you ever wondered just how durable your car is, the guys at Volkswagen want us to know just how much they beat the crap out of their vehicles long before they ever hit the showroom floor.
If you think the idea of falling down the side of a mountain sounds intense, just watch this video of a rider whose snowmobile wipes out and leaves him tumbling for what seems like an eternity.
This motorcyclist had just come to a stop when he was rear-ended by a lady driving a Scion. Incredibly, he caught the whole thing on camera, and managed to walk away without serious injury.
We know the snow has been awful this season. Heck, we’ve got to dig out from 2+ feet outside our doors right now. But no matter how much snow has fallen, we have no idea how it made this happen.