Paul Yearley is a very lucky man. Driving his Mustang on the highway, he randomly passed out due to a medical condition he didn't know he had. The car ran off the road, towards a telephone pole, through a wire fence, and started heading back towards the road. Somehow the car was kept from going back on the road, and Yearley came to when he crashed through the fence again. Sure, his Mustang seems pretty thrashed, but it clearly could've been a lot worse.

We've seen a couple of pretty crazy road rage videos of late that have just about eroded what was left of our faith in the humanity, but this one takes the cake: Four wheels on two, a much-maligned Mustang driver side-swiping a biker and sending him slamming to the pavement in a shower of sparks. I think Joel Ha—the man whose dash cam we are watching—sums it up the best when he writes, "I was just trying to deliver some calzones yo." Aren't we all, Joel? Aren't we all...

Want to watch a Shelby Mustang GT500 lose control while exiting a car show and slam into a parked Dodge Ram? Probably not, but something tells me the curiosity (and the natural human urge to call this guy an idiot) will have you pressing play in no time.

Yesterday, Ken Block debuted his wild new Gymkhana 8 whip, which got us thinking: If we were to pit all seven of Block's Gymkhana rides against in each other in a battle of pure radness, which would emerge the victor? Thus commenced one of the least scientific (and most fun) examinations we have ever conducted. Check it out and see how your favorite stacks up.

***Revisit all of Block's previous Gymkhana edits here***

Fire! Fire! Fire! After releasing the teaser last week, the full version of Vaughn Gittin Jr.'s Fire Drift just came out and it is definitely something that would make Beavis happy. Gittin drifts his 2014 Monster Energy Nitto Tire Ford Mustang RTR around all kinds of flaming obstacles and has lots of fun playing with fire.

Just when you thought you couldn't possibly get more pumped for the start of Formula Drift this weekend, along comes Vaughn Gittin Jr. and his 900-horsepower Mustang RTR. This thing literally lifts tires like a trophy truck, so say a prayer for that fresh set of Nitto Rubber and check it out.