Motorsports and Sasquatch. When you think of one, the other immediately comes to mind. The two have been joined at the hip literally since this documentary shattered our understanding of the legendary hairy monster. Sasquatch is real, he can drift and he's after Danny George.
We all know racing is risky. It shouldn't be risky for the fans, but in some cases, as in rally racing, it can be. Spectators like to be as close to the action as possible, and when your course is a closed mountain road, there are very few ways to provide adequate barriers and runoff zones.
The latest flick by Jeffrey John Hart and team, showcases some of the baddest cars in the country. It accurately captures the absurdly high speeds of some of these vehicles are capable of. Burnouts are plentiful, and a combination of race gas and torched tires wafts through the air.
This GoPro vid not only gives a great look at these gonzo Unlimited boats, it also showcases the unlimited angles and mediums available with these now-ubiquitous cameras. But once the drivers are sealed into their cabins/coffins and the jets are powered up, this piece turns into a stomach-churning adrenaline ride.
It all went down a couple weeks after SS3, at Maryland International Raceway. Seems that the half-mile-spec GT-R wanted a piece of Jeff Bush’s 1G Talon drag car. Both are LLR machines, and both are 7-second capable—so it came down to how good Austin Oakes and Jeff Bush were behind the wheel.