Sand Car With No Quit! This Thing Really Made It To The Top?

If you’ve never watched any sort of hill climb, then you’re in for a rude ...

If you’ve never watched any sort of hill climb, then you’re in for a rude awakening because even though these competitions are known to get pretty wild, this might be one of the most extreme examples that we have ever laid eyes on. The idea behind an undertaking like this is to scout out an area that provides as much of a vertical geographical challenge as possible and then put a bunch of high-powered machines with drivers are off their rockers to the test to see if they can conquer mother nature’s most challenging formations in a situation like this.

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This time, at least from the camera angle, the climb question looks like it is quickly approaching a 90° angle from ground. Obviously, it’s probably slightly less of an incline because straight up and down would be nearly impossible. After you watch a video like this, though, you might just be changing your mind a little bit and questioning what exactly it is that’s possible with the way that physics dictate the way we live our lives because this machine looks like it’s about to go outside of the rules of physics in order to reach out and grab the top of this incline. As it slides from side to side, carving the incline, you can’t help but get a little bit nervous.

If you follow along with the video below posted by the DirtXtreme Facebook page, you’ll be able to see exactly how this driver was going to put it all on the line in order to attempt to conquer such a climb. I’m sure that the others who attempted this might not have been so lucky and ended up falling back down to earth and that anticipation, waiting to see if this guy is going to make it or not makes these kinds of clips so worth it. To be honest with you, on pretty much every pass, the suspense is killing us!

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