Video: Triple Drift, Hardcore Buggy Jumps And Explosions: This Video May Be Cooler Than "Jimkhana"
2023 Author: Natalie MacDonald | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-21 02:36
The famous American extreme Vaughn Gittin Jr. has published an action video called Bomb Track. In addition to Vaughn himself, two "charged" buggies, two mega-Mustangs and three other athletes participated in the filming, including the vice-champion of FormulDrift last year.
- Vaughn Gittin Jr. was assisted on the pavement by Chelsea DeNofa, and Lauren Healy, a multiple winner of various off-road races held in the United States, was responsible for the off-road episodes.
- Healy and his partner demonstrated spectacular races on the Ultra4 Racing 4440 Ford Bronco buggy with 40-inch wheels, which Ford introduced back in early February. They were designed, which is remarkable, just for Vaughn and Lauren and their participation in the King of the Hammers race. First, buggies rush along narrow forest paths, and later - along an open unpaved landfill.
- The next episode includes a lingering drift in Mustangs prepared by RTR Vehicles. A single glide smoothly turns into a pair, and then into a triple one, when one of the buggies joins the Mustangs: first, it accompanies them along the dirt side, and then drives out onto the asphalt track.
All this time, the video is counting down. When the counter reaches zero, the most interesting thing happens: it turns out that the timer was counting down the moment before the missiles were launched at moving targets. The “fiery” video ends with impressive stunts against the background of clouds of flame.
- The video was filmed in the closed area of the PantherTactical Training Facility in the mountains of West Virginia.
- The latest episode of another YouTube stunt series, Jimkhana, invented by Ken Block, aired in December last year. For the first time, the main role in it was played not by Block himself, but by the famous extreme racer Travis Pastrana, who piloted the Subaru WRX STi sports car with an 862-horsepower engine.