The best of YouTube: How does a Lego 911 GT3 RS do in a crash test?

Not so good, apparently
by Drei Laurel | May 30, 2017

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Apparently, Lego cars are extremely unsafe. Good God. How on earth could Porsche let such a death trap loose on our roads? If this 911 GT3 RS receives anything past a zero safety rating, we're calling bull. Just look at that crash test!


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'Tiny Dancer' finally gets a music video. "Life in Los Angeles from a dozen different people, all unfolding behind the wheel of their cars." Directed by Max Weiland, over 45 years since the hit Elton John song first came out. Beautiful.


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Bulletproof glass vs. 60,000 psi waterjet. Our congressmen are safe from high-powered assault rifles. From a bit of water? Not so much.


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Nothing short of a miracle. Crash into a wall, go airborne, do a 180 over the width of the track, followed by a pair of backflips into the guardrail and onto the ground. Yep, definitely one of the nastiest crashes we've seen. Driver survives, by the way.

 

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You'll never be as excited as these Japanese commentators after Takuma Sato's win. By now you know an Asian has finally won the Indy 500. Turn your volume up and take in every decibel from a Japanese racing fan's point of view of the historic win. 

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