TopGear Record Breaking Stunt – the Deadly 720
The ground-breaking feat — dubbed Deadly 720 — was the amazing finale to the first of four Top Gear Festival shows staged in front of a sell-out 15,000+ live audience at the Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban, South Africa (June 16-17).
When not blowing up caravans or getting into trouble for perceived dodgy attitudes to those that live outside of England, Top Gear occasionally likes to take the show on the road.
Their most recent live show saw Richard Hammond , James May and Jeremy Clarkson jet off to South Africa to wave at a whole lot of people in Durban
The man behind the wheel managed to become the first person in the world to complete an impressive double loop-the-loop on four wheels.
Part of the finale to the first four Top Gear Live shows, the driver executed a single 360-degree loop followed immediately by a second 360° loop on a specially-made track that wouldn’t have looked out of place in a cartoon
#Deadly720 is the biggest, boldest and most technically challenging stunt ever performed by the record breaking Top Gear Live Stunt Team who will be coming to Birmingham##Q##s NEC later this year (Oct 25-28) with even more audacious performances hosted by Jeremy Clarkson, James May, Richard Hammond, The Stig and, of course, the Top Gear Live daredevil stunt team.
Don##Q##t try this! Stay safe …