This looks dangerous, but I wouldn’t call it the wall of DEATH. The basic idea is that a vehicle can ride around the inside vertical wall of a cylinder. Is it real? Yes. Is it possible? Did you not just read the last answer? It has to be possible if it is real, right? Fine. [...]
Obviously, you need a license if you want to drive a car or a motorcycle, but there are some vehicles that don’t quite fit. You can find the specifics in CVC 405, 406, and 407, but the basic rule of … Read More
We've seen plenty of motorcycles take on India's Wall of Death, and even a lion riding in a sidecar do it. But we've never seen a modern car driving perpendicular to the ground until now. More »
Since the early days of the automobile, cars have been predominantly powered by engines with an even number of cylinders. From the earliest four cylinders to the Veyron's W16, most of the most famous automotive engines have been bui...
If the prospect of riding a motorcycle didn't seem dangerous enough already, imagine doing it completely sideways on something called "The Wall of Death". More »