Have you ever seen a man jump over a Lamborghini Gallardo which is travelling at 80mph? If the answer to that questions is anything other than yes, we really don’t know what you’ve been doing with your life.
In any case, here it is:
That’s Al the jumper, who evidently enjoys jumping over things. And it’s his dream to one day reach the pinnacle of humans jumping over moving motor vehicles by jumping over two cars, because nobody has ever done that before (there might be a very good reason as to why).
Please don’t do this at home. Because of broken legs and such.
The RIAC National Classic Car Show will be on at the RDS on the 1st and 2nd March (Saturday and Sunday for those of you who haven’t got the energy to open the calendar). And if you love cars, then you’re going to want to be there this year.
Amongst the usual litany of classic cars, trucks, motorcycles and various other vehicles will be the Lamborghini Miura, also known as the world’s first supercar. Produced by the Italian automaker between 1967 and 1973, the Miura is believed to be behind the move towards two-seater, mid-engined sports cars. When it was first launched, it was the fastest production car you could get your hands on, powered by a 3.9L V12 engine which churned out around 350 horsepowers with a top speed of 283 km/h.
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