Watching A Two-Wheeled Nissan Juke Run Up Goodwood Is Simply Incredible

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And it set a record for the fastest mile on two wheels!

Terry Grant must have balls of steel. He’s the guy piloting the Nissan Juke NISMO RS in this video shot at the 2015 Goodwood Festival of Speed. Grant not only ran up the hill on two wheels but he did it in record-breaking style. The old two-wheel mile record was a sluggish 2:45. This year only 2:10 was needed. That’s a hell of a improvement, especially considering the fact that Grant had to both climb a hill and navigate some twists and turns along the way.

Yes, this record is a bit gimmicky but it’s still damn fun to watch. How often do you see cars go up on two wheels that don’t end up crashing? Don’t say “Grand Theft Auto V” either.

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