So there I was, all sensitive and dealing with my stunted man emotions, when the Revvolution death star fired off an assignment about a stunt man. It is a review of an Adrian “Wildman” Cenni video, and was dubbed the “Worst Stunt Driver Ever” by my overlords. C’mon, man, I’ve done things with an International Scout, some ice and a toboggan (and beer) that rank at the top (bottom?) of any “Worst” stunt driving list. Unfortunately, I can’t prove it, as the video camera hadn’t been invented yet.
When you're watching a race, you never want to see a classic ride's total destruction via barrel roll. And when you're racing, you never want to hear, "Aw dude, he's out the windshield!"
Everyone has bad days. A long commute and terrible traffic sucks, being late for a crappy job sucks, getting sick sucks. And it’s easy to throw our hands up, pout, swear and feel sorry for our whiny selves.
For most of us, there is a great thrill in watching cars race. There is an excitement, the feeling of competition and man and machine feverishly fighting it out to see who the winner is. No matter how often we say how exciting racing is, we cannot help but enjoy the crashes that come along with it.
The Nürburgring is one of the most dangerous racetracks in the world and it has claimed numerous lives of race car drivers over the years. But what makes the track so unique is that it’s not only used as a road for passenger cars, but also, on track days, almost any car can go out and tackle the monster.