Geekologie I Watch Stuff The Superficial

WTF?: One Man Drifts Two Cars In Circles Simultaneously

drifting-two-cars-at-once.jpg

Note: I'm not sure if this actually counts as drifting or just donuts but I also don't care, so there's that.

This is a video of some guy spinning donuts in two BMW E30's at the same time by getting one going, then jumping out, getting in the other, and spinning that one around the first one. Amazingly, he does it all without running himself over like you were hoping for. "Oh, and you weren't hoping for it?" Nope! "Just admit it." Let's put it this way: if I had just found a magic lamp that man would be on crutches right now.

Hit the jump for the one-man stunt spectacular.

Thanks to Stephen, who could drift three cars simulatenously if he wanted but only owns a bike and that's not really the sort of thing people will let you borrow their cars for.

There are Comments.
  • Cherish Sussman

    Does anyone know where this took place?

  • here is the guys first attempt: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...

  • E. Wright

    UPDATE MOAR GW

  • MC

    Very impressive! But you have eluded our eyes for too long. This man is no other than the father of the Stig, and is working alongside the ghost of the late Black Stig who is driving the manless BMW!

    Mystery solved.

  • That was...pretty god damn amazing.

  • Lee

    Reminds me of the movie 'Red'. Specifically the scene with Bruce Willis hopping out of the T-boned car guns-a-blazing.
    *Looks for movie*

  • Simon Hodson

    Apart from the film used CGi

  • Lee

    Its Bruce Willis!! He does his owns stunts with EVERYTHING real!! Just like Chuck Norris except REAL! :3

  • _______ ________

    Awsome I owed that black BMW a while ago and I you can really drift easily.

  • Bling Nye

    I'm sure there was a point to that... ...right?

  • AdamPMatthews

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?... Boom!! Santa Pod Raceway, England.

  • Simon Hodson

    Yep, Terry Grant's being doing it for years, hardly news worthy.

blog comments powered by Disqus