Car Jump World Record

A stunt driver has set a new ramp-to-ramp jump world record after launching himself a staggering 332 feet through the air – from a mega-sized Hot Wheels toy car track set. Reaching speeds of up to 104mph down the giant, jaw-dropping ramp, Tanner Foust’s car looks like it’s actually flying as he takes off. The three-time X Games gold medalist eclipsed the previous world record by 31 feet during the stunt in Indianapolis on Sunday. T

A stunt driver has set a new ramp-to-ramp jump world record after launching himself a staggering 332 feet through the air - from a mega-sized Hot Wheels toy car track set. Reaching speeds of up to 104mph down the giant, jaw-dropping ramp, Tanner Foust's car looks like it's actually flying as he takes off. The three-time X Games gold medalist eclipsed the previous world record by 31 feet during the stunt in Indianapolis on Sunday. T

A stunt driver has set a new ramp-to-ramp jump world record after launching himself a staggering 332 feet through the air - from a mega-sized Hot Wheels toy car track set. Reaching speeds of up to 104mph down the giant, jaw-dropping ramp, Tanner Foust's car looks like it's actually flying as he takes off. The three-time X Games gold medalist eclipsed the previous world record by 31 feet during the stunt in Indianapolis on Sunday. T

A stunt driver has set a new ramp-to-ramp jump world record after launching himself a staggering 332 feet through the air - from a mega-sized Hot Wheels toy car track set. Reaching speeds of up to 104mph down the giant, jaw-dropping ramp, Tanner Foust's car looks like it's actually flying as he takes off. The three-time X Games gold medalist eclipsed the previous world record by 31 feet during the stunt in Indianapolis on Sunday. T

A stunt driver has set a new ramp-to-ramp jump world record after launching himself a staggering 332 feet through the air - from a mega-sized Hot Wheels toy car track set. Reaching speeds of up to 104mph down the giant, jaw-dropping ramp, Tanner Foust's car looks like it's actually flying as he takes off. The three-time X Games gold medalist eclipsed the previous world record by 31 feet during the stunt in Indianapolis on Sunday. T