For Christmas? Maybe?

After the Bugatti…. I want one of these:

[youtube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rs-jAImScms]

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26 Responses to For Christmas? Maybe?

  1. Fr. James says:

    The car or the airstrip?

  2. Fr. Gary V. says:

    Fr. Z, put it on wish list list. There might be a generous follower of yours that will make you happy this Christmas. (High caffeine video).

  3. Simple, with another clean sweep of the Catholic Blog Awards. Since you got the Bugatti for 2008′s blog awards sweep, why not?

  4. David Osterloh says:

    Can I ride shotgun, please, holy bat crap, what a ride, I promise to clean up my mess afterwards,

  5. Andrew, UK and sometimes Canada says:

    If you ride shotgun do you get a rosary to hold on to? Mind you, a powerful relic might be more advisable in this case!

  6. Coletta says:

    Wow! handles well on the turns!

  7. David Osterloh says:

    a supply of depends might also be appropriate, P.S. who volunteers to ride the segway?

  8. Wow, that is absolutely amazing.
    Still won’t get you through Roman traffic any faster. LOL.
    I’d be happy just to have the driving skills if not the car.

  9. Chris says:

    Was it just me or would the “Nut Cracker” fit as background music to this?

    Amazing what a human in control of a machine can do, truly artistic.

  10. Jayna says:

    I’d take the car, but I’d like to drive like that more than anything else. That was awesome.

  11. Craig says:

    I wonder if I can get my Aveo suped-up to work like that?

  12. KK says:

    Judging from the tire marks, it looks like they had to run it a few times before the final edit. Hopefully they only needed one Segway driver.

  13. Eric says:

    A friend of mine had a 1974 Fleetwood Brougham Cady with a 8.2 liter eldorado engine. We could get it to do many of the things that car does. The engine was so heavy and it had no weight over the back wheels, it almost leaned forward.
    The guy driving that car is strapped in with shoulder harnesses, we had taken the seats out so we drove around sitting on an upside down bucket. Much more fun. Ahhh the good old days.

  14. Richard says:

    Forget putting the car on your wishlist – drive it like that, and your loyal readers would have to club together to get a new set of tyres delivered every week!

  15. trespinos says:

    If I read correctly, they tell you at the beginning that they went through four sets of tires to make that video.

  16. Well, it is one means to make sure you are not late for Mass :-)

  17. Richard Cox says:

    For that it would be “See the (flashing) Red on the Black.”

  18. Elizabeth says:

    That’s so CUUUUUUULLLLLL. I want to learn how to drive like that!

  19. Charivari Rob says:

    With our famously bad traffic (a mix of the road system and the native drivers) around Boston, and the net decrease in active priests meaning more priests having to cover two parishes – this might be the solution to enable those priests to juggle Mass schedules!

  20. Clayton says:

    we humbly thank thee, o lord, for thy laws of physics, and for applications thereto, source of such great amusement and freaking awesomeness, amen.

  21. Brendan says:

    The Subaru Impreza WRX-STi is a really nice car, even without any performance enhancements. Truly feels like a rally car, and the price is not too bad, either. I’ve actually been thinking about getting one recently. Only problem is that the seats are a nice, ugly blue color.

  22. Mark says:

    Raw power – is wisely withheld from most of us.

  23. Fr Joseph Mack says:

    Dang – I’ll never look at my Subaru the same again!

  24. He’s good. This is one your your best “off topic” videos yet. As a former member of the NHRA and half owner of an 11 second car, I am impressed! I