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We love to race – that’s just the long and short of it all. While a very small handful of men and women are fortunate enough to enjoy the thrills of life as a professional racecar driver, there are yet handful more who can afford it off to the side; plenty of entry-level events let you race just about anything you own. Still, for most of us regular folks, having a dedicated racecar to daily-drive or racing a dedicated commuter or family car just doesn’t make sense. But rather than let the professionals and ballers have all the fun, us commuter-driving, regular guys find our own things to race.
Sometimes, it’s less about budgetary constraints and more about the fact that it can be raced out of necessity … More
Size Matters 2 is Mike Ryan’s 2nd gymkhana styled video full of super-sized stunts and close quarters drifting action. Legendary stunt driver and Pikes Peak champion, Mike Ryan in the Castrol Oil Freightliner, goes toe-to-toe with newcomer Daniel Leavitt on the docks of Long Beach harbor. Some of Hollywood’s top stunt drivers and coordinators came together to produce this top-notch action thriller, using the newest Mercedes ML 63 modified camera car
What better place than the city streets of Ensenada Mexico, the home of the Baja 1000, to set the stage for the sequel to Ballistic BJ Baldwin’s viral hit Recoil. This short film follows BJ and his 800hp Trophy Truck as he tears through this seaside Mexican city, ripping over every drop and jump the town has to offer in an attempt to win a bet set by his friend, and international playboy Dan Bilzerian. Will he win? What will he lose?
How do B.J. Baldwin, a 850-horsepower Trophy Truck with 34-inches of suspension roaring pell-mell across the Mojave Desert at 150 miles an hour doing things that just really are not conceivable, a dazzling damsel in distress and her diamond in the asphalt D-Sport automobile, the big neon glitter skyline of Las Vegas and one of the most opulent hotel/casinos on The Strip all end up in one atom-splitting, retina stinging, mind blowing piece of incandescent cinematic magic? Good question. And one we can’t answer.