This is what it looks like to go 142 miles per hour in a Formula E car

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Formula E is the world's first fully electric car racing series. Starting in September 2014, Formula E is being hosted by FIA, the same organization that is behind Formula 1. We've previously seen Formula E cars do donuts, but haven't seen them on the track until now. Lucas di Grassi, who previously competed in F1 and will drive for team Audi Sport ABT in Formula E, attached a GoPro to his racing helmet as he tested his car. The first thing you'll notice is the sound. There isn't any. Formula 1 fans are very familiar with the high pitched whine of the championship cars. In Formula E there is just wind. It's a little unsettling at first, but once you get used to it, it's kind of cool. Di Grassi's car can acclerate to 100 km/h in 2.8 seconds and reached a top speed of 230 km/h or 142 mph on this track.

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This guy thought he could skate a shopping cart. He was wrong

During the Jackass heyday, it felt like we were seeing people get broke off by shopping carts on a regular basis. Even though that fell off, the comedy of a shopping cart fail remains. This guy went for the ol' no-footer cruise and put a little too much weight in the back. The worst part is that he broke all of his glass bottles.

Garage Tours: Chris Forsberg visits vintage Porsche customizer Magnus Walker

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There are Porsche collectors, and then there's Magnus Walker. From his warehouse and workspace in downtown Los Angeles, the tattooed and dreadlocked Walker, nicknamed the Urban Outlaw, has restored an enviable collection of vintage Porsche 911s. On the new episode of Garage Tours presented by Valvoline, Walker gives Formula Drift star Chris Forsberg a look at his current rotation of cars, including his iconic 1971 Porsche 911T. Forsberg gets the keys and tries out his luck in Walker's number 277.

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Krispy Kreme's rap video for "Haters Wanna Be Me" is too ridiculous for words

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We really don't know what to say about this rap video. We don't think Krispy Kreme is being serious. We HOPE he is not being serious. But we also don't want to throw shade in his direction because, as he raps, "Talk crap and I'll give you a scar/ Talk crap and I'll throw eggs at your car/I'll cut holes in your tires/I'll put poop in your Porsche, and I'll light it on fire."

We don't want anything to do with any of that, so we are just going to let "Haters Wanna Be Me" stand on its own.

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What if basketball players got called out for "already been done" shots?

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One of the biggest challenges in professional skateboarding is not only doing progressive tricks, but doing things that have never been done before. Even if you were crazy enough to frontside boardslide down El Toro (assuming the rail was still there), you wouldn't because Aarto Saari already did it. What if athletes in other sports were held to the same standard? That's the theme of Nike SB's new "Skateboarding Is Not A Game" video for Paul Rodriguez's P-Rod 8 sneaker. It would indeed be pretty weird if only one player could make a bank shot jumper.

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This wave pool could change surfing forever

The term "artificial wave" just sounds weird. But technology is making man-made waves better and better. The Flowrider standing wave has been around for awhile, and has produced some epic wipeouts. The Wavegarden in Spain has hosted the world's best surfers. The Webber Wave Pool could be the next step in artificially-created waves. The wave is basically an oval track like the ones sprinters compete on, except this one is all water. An operator would be able to change the wave height, speed, and shape at the push of a button. Surfers would be able to get consistent and predictable conditions to practice in.

There's no word on how far away this project is from becoming reality, but it is certainly an intriguing glimpse into the next evolution of surfing.

A 10-year-old just dropped the best BMX video you'll see today

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"Max Vu is 10 years old and crankslides rails on street." That's how the description for this video starts and it sums things up quite nicely. Max's dad owns the Epic BMX shop in Southern California, but he has kept his son out of the spotlight for the most part. (He is only 10, after all.) But now that Max has joined the Cult BMX team, the cat is out of the bag. The Come Up just released this quick edit of Max, and it's clear that this kid, if he sticks with it, could be the future of BMX.

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Kelly Slater has a new drink company called Purps

Kelly Slater is launching a new drink company called Purps, in partnership with RVCA founder PM Tenore and Dr. Chris Schaumberg, a scientist who is nicknamed "Dr. Purps." This is the latest in a series of business moves that Slater has made recently, including his departure from longtime sponsor Quiksilver. On Instagram, Slater explained his reasons for starting the company:

"The obvious question begs asking...why another drink brand? The
mainstream drink market is flooded with high sugar, low nutrient drink
options and we wanted to offer better and healthier choices for people
to grab on the go. As a brand, the Purps mission is 'To unite Nature
and Science to promote your life's Health'."

The company gets its name because Purps blends six different purple superfruits (maqui berries, acai berries, grapes, blueberries, blackberrys, and mangosteens) to create the drinks. The beverages contain no artificial colors or ingredients and have no preservative.

Purple hasn't exactly been the most popular color for beverages. In the 90s, the "purple stuff" got pushed aside in favor of Sunny Delight. More recently, purple has been associated with sizzurp, a recreational drug containing prescription-strength cough syrup. Purps beverages are certified organic and contain no GMO ingredients, so perhaps Slater will be able to change the perception of purple drinks.

For more info on Purps, visit their website.

BMX rider's reward for landing 360 is having his handlebars fall off

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The feeling of elation after landing a trick is beyond compare. It's the reason we do what we do and endure all the slams. But sometimes that feeling is short lived. BMX rider Brandon Affleck (no relation to Ben, we don't think) landed an impressive 360 down this 12-stair set. But as he was riding away he pulled up on his handlebars and they completely separated from his frame. Luckily this didn't happen while Affleck was in mid-air.

On a related note, what's with all the spontaneously combusting bikes these days?

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50-year-old surfer Tom Curren scored a perfect 10 at J-Bay

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Former ASP world champion Tom Curren just turned 50 years old on July 3, but he still surfs better than folks half his age. At the inaugural Heritage Series event at Jeffreys Bay in South Africa, Curren went up against former rival Mark "Occy" Occhilupo. The event was a bit of nostalgia, designed to pit legend against legend. But the way Curren surfed, he looked like he could compete on the tour right now. He earned a perfect 10 on one wave with a series of impressive turns and a barrel that looked unmakeable. He even claimed it at the end!

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