Tuerck'd: Ryan Tuerck slays tires in a BMW and answers your questions

Ryan Tuerck heads to Connecticut for some BMW parking lot tire slaying before jumping into a post-Tuerck’d Corolla for a motor switch. Along the way, Tuerck answers your questions about whether he runs camber in competition, what other motorsport he would switch to, what it’s like to smash other people’s cars, and why he prefers the 2JZ engine.

Hit Tuerck with any follow-up questions below or on Twitter at #Tuerckd and stay tuned to NetworkA.com for more episodes of Tuerck’d. Episode 6 airs next Tuesday, December 2nd!

Angry Ram is so angry he'll even attack a 6-ton backhoe

Yo Angry Ram, chill bro. Your temper is going to get the best of you one of these days. Sure, yesterday it was attacking motorcycles and taking out drones, and today it's taking on heavy machinery that's not even moving. But what about tomorrow Angry Ram? When will your anger subside? Will you attack even bears or tigers? Maybe there's just no match for Angry Ram.

What do you think is the matter with Angry Ram? Tell us in the Comments.

Surfing behind a buddy in the barrel makes for an epic POV

Surfers Jason Finlay and Scott Denis are good buddies. They adhere to the "sharing is caring" philosophy, and during one particular session in New South Wales, Australia Finlay took off behind Denis on a solid barrel and got himself an epic POV. Hopefully Denis returned the favor later.

What do you think of this epic POV barrel? Tell us in the Comments.

We've never seen anything like this bilateral amputee learning to skateboard again

Ian Parkinson is a huge inspiration. He's a bilateral amputee and he's determined to learn to skateboard again. In this video he goes from hard falls to hitting quarterpipes again in a mere 15 days. We can't wait to see what else he can reteach himself to do.

h/t 33 Mag

Dad stays young and has time of his life on motorcycle rope swing

We've seen the motorcycle rope swing before. But not by a dad having this much fun. Jake's dad tackles the motorcycle rope swing in Burrillvile, Rhode Island and shows he knows how to stay young.

What do you think of the motorcycle rope swing? Tell us in the Comments.

Wakeboarding behind a million dollar Ferrari F50 is the only way to wakeboard

Wakeboarder Jorge Gill is not your typical wakeboarder. When others tow behind boats he tows behind million dollar Ferrari F50s—and at ridiculous speeds no less.

Check out the video and the POV of what Gill saw below.

h/t Jalopnik

Watch a guy drive a Crazy Cart all over Paris and on the Metro

Florian Pons is a French hero. He took one of the original-sized Crazy Carts (not the new XLs) throughout the streets of Paris. Through traffic, getting pulled over by cops, and even taking it on the Metro, Pons tests the Cart's limits. And he wraps it all up with a new clean job in the car wash. Good on ya Pons!

What do you think of this Crazy Cart driving? Tell us in the Comments.

Beyoncé's "7/11" music video has lots of twerking inside her actual house

Filmed in a very personal, POV style throughout her own house, Beyoncé's music video for her song "7/11" is kinda epic. It involves a lot of twerking, and shows a very personal side of the normally guarded music queen. Plus, anytime a bunch of women are dancing around in their underwear in a bathroom it makes anything that much better.

What do you think of this music video? Tell us in the Comments.

The 2015 Corvette Z06 was made to be aggressively put sideways

Spitting out 650-horsepower, the 2015 Corvette Z06 looks like a beast. Carlos Lago of Motor Trend Channel's show Ignition takes it for a serious test-drive and finds out it was built for getting sideways. Point-in-case, it's got an average lateral acceleration of 1.16G—which Lago says is "the highest we've ever seen that wasn't a race car."

Which means if you're fortunate enough to get behind-the-wheel of one of these you better be putting it sideways like it demands.

What do you think of the 2015 Corvette Z06? Tell us in the Comments.

The Poler x Nike SB collab got celebrated with a skate trip to Croatia

We gotta hand it to Nike SB for being a part of one of the best skate collabs of 2014. Granted, any collab that Poler Stuff is involved in is usually dynamite—which is who we're dubbing the most credit for in this one.

To celebrate the recent collection release skaters Daryl Angel, Donovon Piscopo, and Wieger Van Wageningen traveled to Croatia for some camp vibes, skating, and swimming in the crystal blue waters of the Adriatic Sea.

Peep the video and some highlights from the collection below.