chumbucket - 2011-06-03 1. I suspect they overlooked the obvious fact that hot wheels are not motorized.
2. Doesn't at all take away from the fact that the drivers' balls are huge.
3. It's not wee-man dressed as an oopma-loompa on a tricycle.
fluffy - 2011-06-04 1 was addressed by the fact that the car was accelerating on the ground to a precise speed rather than going down a ramp in neutral.
TeenerTot - 2011-06-03 I think I'd have wet my pants.
charmlessman - 2011-06-03 So he basically did what roller coasters all do, only without a rail.
Raggamuffin - 2011-06-03 The rail makes a pretty big difference.
charmlessman - 2011-06-04 Shut up! YOU make a pretty big difference!!
Wait... that didn't work out at all.
Tom Collins - 2011-06-03 How did they not know the car would squat and the rear bumper would catch?
Minus lots of stars for being a slightly amateurish copy of Top Gear.
fluffy - 2011-06-04 Fifth Gear is actually the original, sort of. Basically Top Gear existed and was cancelled due to low ratings, and so the original creators decided to keep it going as Fifth Gear (because BBC owned the rights to the Top Gear name). Then because of Fifth Gear's popularity, BBC decided to cash in on it and restart Top Gear on their own.
simon666 - 2011-06-03 I wish someone would design a contraption to test if an F1 car can actually drive upside down by the downward force produced at speed.