To what sounds like a Yanni soundtrack, these vehicles execute an astounding assortment of driving stunts, including 360-degree and reverse-360-degree spin turns at high speed, synchronized side-slidig parking exercises in forward and reverse, for eight minutes of truly amazing driving.
I spent the entire video with my jaw open and what might have appeared to be a big cartoon bubble over my head that said "OMG! Who knew they could do THAT!?"
About two minutes into the video, they even change the car's tire while
it's in motion and up on two wheels. You'll be holding your breath when
the helmeted stunt passenger emerges from the rear window with tools
and tire in hand and proceeds to remove and replace the rear tire while
hanging out of the moving car. Incredible.
The rest of the video is filled with precision spins and lines of cars that swerve to look as if all they're going to crash into each other (they don't), and ramp jumps that land better than most cars take speed bumps (the DO!).
I've dug around on the internet and can't seem to find any real information on when this was filmed or the purpose behind its creation. The website url embedded into the video takes you to a website coded in Chinese characters. Take a look at the video and let us know what you think about the driving techniques. If you're not a fan of Yanni, I don't want to hear about it, I didn't choose the music, but I know when it's over, you'll be a fan of the stunt drivers!
By Brandy Schaffels