Fifth Gear Loop the Loop

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Replicating the clasic Hot Wheels set, Fifth Gear TV attempts to perform a full 360 degree loop in a full size car.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Crash Test Ford Focus 120 mph (190 km/h)

120 mph (192 km/h) Crash Test performed by Fifth Gear Team. All copyright goes to Fifth Gear. HD 1080p

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48 thoughts on “Fifth Gear Loop the Loop

  1. Well you’re an uneducated soul aren’t you. The car in this clip is a Toyota Yaris, which is Japanese. Plus I would far rather own British/Japanese (ironically my car is both) then any American petrol guzzler.

  2. I hate British cars there the ugliest things I’ve ever seen. Get a freaking 70 Chevelle or something and try it again with a real car, not a fiberglass piece of garbage.

  3. cruise control ain’t trustable, if there is some important deceleration or acceleration or an important change in the engine power, then it kick out as a “safety” precaution as something appear to be wrong. Also if for any reason the brake would have been applied, or the accelerator then the cruise disable itself. With such high Gforces, it is expected that the pedals can move and trigger the safety. Same with the speed and engine load.

  4. not really. this is what would happen if 2 cars were both going 60/MPH in opposite directions. Yes chances are they woudlnt be completely parallel but still pretty close.

  5. It crashes at the full 190kmh. You really gotta go step down on the pedal for that. Only someone who drives with close eyes slams to a wall at that speed. You always brake even when it’s obviously too late. That (late) braking combined with the gear in and thus with foot off the accel pedal will reflect in a lot of speed loss. So it reduces much the impact even not being enough not to die. No one accelerates till the impact unless in an unaware front to front car collision of course.

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