There’s no shortage of short-course off-road action at the Stadium Super Trucks events. But every once in a while someone pushes the envelope a little too far and puts on a serious show. That was the case in the below video clip, and it’s one of the best short-course off-road saves we’ve ever seen. Check it out.
Anyone who’s even remotely an automotive enthusiast will likely be familiar with Ken Block and his popular Gymkhana viral video series. It has no doubt led to plenty of amateur street drivers doing their best Ken Block Gymkhana impressions, but apparently his popularity has spilled over to the UTV crowd as well. Check out this UTV driver doing his best Gymkhana impression.
When traveling in the desert, those blasted holes seem to just pop up out of nowhere. Fortunately this Jeep Wrangler JK wasn’t alone, and someone in the group was prepared with a tow strap. Not every recovery mission goes smoothly, but this Jeep Wrangler recover was a success.
Of course they don’t just let anyone hop in a blown, lifted monster truck that puts out 1500 horsepower and let them drive it around a stadium packed with people. No, just like in other sports, monster truck drivers have to prove themselves and work their way up to the big leagues. This guy may have some more work to do before hitting the monster truck ranks. Apparently his friend doesn’t have much confidence in him either. Check it out.
Whether you’re getting ready for the upcoming snow or off-road season, this Range Rover video will help get you pumped for both. Race and stunt driver Ben Collins gets behind the wheel of a Range Rover Sport, of course outfitted with a roll cage and additional safety gear, to tackle a 9.25-mile downhill route on an Alpine ski course.
Not all thrill seekers get their kicks at 100 mph or flying through the air. No, plenty of fun can be had crawling along at just a few mph. Michael Hernandez puts his Jeep on the edge as he navigates this obstacle using every bit of bite the sidewall of his tires have.
We love seeing big, powerful engines put in smaller, lightweight vehicles that they weren’t designed for. This Cummins diesel-powered Toyota pickup is the perfect example. Looks like it’d be a ton of fun to drive. Check out this Cummins Toyota ripping.
We’ve seen more than a few videos of people out and about in the days after Hurricane Matthew ravaged the southeaster United States. It seems that many folks used the excess amount of water and flooding as an excuse to take their off-road truck or Jeep places that they otherwise wouldn’t have been allowed. This guy’s plan backfired and he wound up stuck in his Jeep Wrangler. Check out how it unfolds below.
We’ve all got that one friend who’s never driven off-road that comes out of nowhere after finishing a big project and asks, “So ya gonna let me take her for a spin?” This guy should have seen it coming. Choose your friends carefully, and if your off-road rookie buddy wants to go for a ride, remind him or her that’s what passenger seats are for.
It’s true in off-road racing just like it is in any form of racing – sometimes you have to go slow to go fast… we’ve said it before, there’s a fine line between wide open and overkill, and sometimes you have to slow the pace down in order to keep the vehicle together and make it to the finish. Oh, and it might help if you can keep it between the lines. Check out this off-road racing video where the line gets blurred.