This is a video of a $1.6-million 1,750-horsepower SSC Tuatara hitting 331.15MPH (532.93km/h) while going for a new production car world speed record on a closed seven mile stretch of State Route 160 near Pahrump, Nevada, about an hour west of Las Vegas. It also made a run in the
This is a video of German world champion artistic cyclist Viola Brand performing a beautiful bicycle ballet routine inside the room of a castle. *looking around* You know, it kinda reminds me of my own bedroom. I mean, besides– “There’s a girl in it.” Hoho, nice one! I was actually
This is a timelapse video of an insanely large drumkit being set up at concert venue Turock in Essen, Germany. It’s allegedly the world’s biggest, but Youtuber Dr. Mark Temperato begs to differ. In his own words, which certainly sounded like fighting words to me: It takes 4 drum tech’s
This is a video of a professional arborist (read: with the appropriate safety equipment) in San Bernadino, California cutting the top off a 100-foot palm tree that was being removed to reduce its risk of falling on something in the area, and riding the makeshift catapult like a seasoned cowboy
This is a super short video of Washington State University track and fielder Ray Wells Jr. casually clearing a 61-inch (5-foot, 1-inch) hurdle with the apparent ease of stepping over a passed out roommate. For reference, I fell trying to put my pants on this morning and hurt my elbow.
These are a couple of videos of Brazilian big wave surfer Maya Gabeira setting the women’s world record for largest wave surfed, with this terrifying 73.5-foot bonecrusher off the coast of Nazaré, Portugal. Holy smokes! Obviously, if these giant waves aren’t a sign that Poseidon is pissed with the way
This is a video of Youtuber and builder/destroyer of things Crouzier Benjamin knocking over the 18,000 wooden Kapla block tower and bridge system he constructed over the course of three days that takes up an entire room. Man, those electrical cords plugged in on the left side were giving me
In other world record news, this is a video of Paul Scardino of Winchester City, Virginia, providing a tour of his basement, where he stores his world record collection of Funk Pop! figures, with a staggering 5,306 Pops. For reference, that’s about 5,303 more than I own. I’m honestly surprised