Comments - 5 Amazing Sightless Driving Stunts

Published: Nov 12, 2012
Description: The biggest prerequisite when it comes to driving a car is having the ability to see. If you can't see, then you can't operate a motor vehicle. Or can you? These clips prove that just becaus...
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Description: Mike Newman attempts to break the blind land speed record that he set in this clip from "Fifth Gear." Saying whether Newman succeeded or not would be a spoiler, but it's not a spoiler t...
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Joe Criscione Nov 14, 2012
206 seems a bit lofty even for a stock M5...
Andrew Hill Nov 13, 2012
It's a common misconception that blind people can't drive they can just mostly into things :p
Shannon Sims Nov 12, 2012
No freaking way!!....
Description: Yes, this is a clip from "Top Gear USA." And yes, it surprisingly doesn't suck. There's not many ways you can screw up a drifting competition featuring a blind guy it seems.
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Colby Church Nov 12, 2012
I actually like TopGear USA, I don't see why so many people dislike it. Yes, it's much different than the British TopGear, but that's kind of refreshing, and I think it's a fun show to watch.
Natalino Monastra Nov 12, 2012
Willow Springs Racetrack !
Tre Von Chambers Nov 12, 2012
He's dope
Description: "Top Gear Australia" took the concept of blind driving one step further than its U.S. counterpart, holding a rally competition featuring blind drivers. The show's presenters acted as gu...
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Description: The driver in this video is technically not blind or blindfolded, but his sight is obscured with the whole hood-on-windshield thing. Like any true drifter, this guy doesn't let not being able to ...
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Cody Andree Nov 13, 2012
That... Is skill
Mark Pasillas Nov 12, 2012
So sick
Ryan Spencer Nov 12, 2012
Nice driving! He probably memorized the track...
Donte Perino Nov 12, 2012
Boss!
Description: Once again, a drifter's hood pops up and blocks his view in this clip. And once again, this guy continues to drift like a champ. You heard it here first: Obscured windshield driving will be intro...
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Ryan Lund Nov 12, 2012
That's a cars version of flashing.
Andrew Muller Nov 12, 2012
Chris forsberg FTW
David Justice Nov 12, 2012
...and of course the one time the autocorrect didn't kick in.
David Justice Nov 12, 2012
Awesome pictire