On the heels of Team Hot Wheels successfully attempting life-size stunts like the V-Drop Super Velocity Track and a 332-foot jump, as well as Tanner Foust and Greg Tracy doing the Double-Loop Dare at the X-Games, comes another life-
This time, it's Brent Fletcher attempting a corkscrew jump. This isn't the first time a corkscrew jump has been attempted or completed, but it's the longest verified jump to date, measuring 92 feet, a full 20 feet longer than the previous record. Thankfully, the buggy Tracy was driving was equipped with long-travel suspension, which came in handy on his landing, which used up all the suspension's available travel, but got him to the other side safely, and on all four wheels.
The video also shows multiple footage angles, showing the reverse view as well as the landing view, with the air footage in slow-motion for maximum dramatic effect. What new record or stunt will Hot Wheels attempt next? Who knows, but one thing we know for sure is it'll be fun to watch.