A Subaru Flies Without Wings

Rally racing is a lot different than the “circuit” racing. For one it does not follow a monotonous path where racers just circle around and finish the lap quick

A Subaru Flies Without Wings


28 April 2013 - 4:43 am

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Rally racing is a lot different than the “circuit” racing. For one it does not follow a monotonous path where racers just circle around and finish the lap quickly. Rally racing follows a point-to-point format on specialized public roads. The distinction becomes more conspicuous when a Subaru, a rally race car, takes off from one ramp, flies to 171 feet in the air, and lands splendidly. Ken Block, executed this feat to the amazement of the viewers. During the interview, he shared that sometimes, you just have to do it and ward off the negative thoughts. This prodigious attempt was featured in Discovery Channel’s Stunt Junkies.

Categories: Autos and Vehicles   

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