Apparently this guy doesn’t care much for sedans. He’s rolling coal and doing burnouts on the hood of this helpless little car. This video has ‘Merica written all over it.
With all the crazy storms across the country this winter, we thought this video was of a long-bed Chevy C10 trying to take on a stormy water-crossing. After a closer look, we realized not everything is at it seemed … check it out for yourself in the below.
His momma told him if he worked real hard, he could grow up to be anything he wanted to be. Problem is, there weren’t any tractor pulls nearby for him to practice. So he just hooked himself up to daddy’s D5 and put the hammer down. Maybe someday he’ll be a real tractor puller.
Feeling blue? The owners of these beautiful pickups certainly are, and that’s a good thing. In fact, we’d argue taking a cruise in any one of these beauties would be the cure for just about any case of the blues. Check out these epic all blue truck paint schemes.
Lena, WI – The Labor Day Weekend Crandon Off-Road World Championship wasn’t only the final weekend of racing for the TORC Stock Truck competitors, but it’s Saturday’s “Run for the Ring” that brings out record turnouts by racers as well as fans. Cory Marquardt and his McGuire’s Sports Bar/Jane Classic Touch/Todd’s Custom Graphix/Metal Storm/Andy’s Shock Repair/ATD/BFGoodrich Tire Chevy Stock Truck ran a near perfect weekend as he won his first World Championship ring on Saturday and took home the TORC Sportsman Stock Truck Championship on Sunday.
The TORC Stock Truck division is designed as a very affordable form of short-course off-road racing. The rules allow for minimal performance modifications, but the race trucks must meet the same safety requirements as the faster trucks in the TORC series. As in all TORC Sportsman classes, the great friendships between competitors is unlike any other form of motorsports.