It's the 1980s and rally driver Shane Hunter faces an arduous comeback from an injury into one of the most hellish racing circuits in history: Group B (hence the short film's title). Group B is considered by many as the golden era of rally racing because the regulations allowed for some of the fastest and most powerful rally cars ever built. Unfortunately this also caused some of the most vicious accidents (many of which were fatal) and eventually led to a short-lived era that was scaled back for more safeguards and regulations in the Group A circuit.

Undertaken by the National Film and Television School, we're thoroughly excited for this short film to release. More details to come as soon as we get them. Stay tuned.

With age comes wisdom. Bucky Lasek, 40, is going to be the oldest skater competing at X Games Munich (June 27-30), but Lasek doesn't just have to pack his skateboard for the trip to Germany. He also needs to pack his car. Lasek will be competing in RallyCross and can't wait to get behind the wheel after the event was called off due to rain at X Games Barcelona.

No one else can say they've done a double backflip and driven a rally car with a broken leg.
Travis Pastrana has been a part of the X Games in Los Angeles since the beginning. When the X Games were held at the Los Angeles Coliseum, Pastrana was there and performed the first 360 in a freestyle motocross competition. At the Staples Center, he did the first double backflip. And when he added rally car driver to his resumé, he won gold medals in that event as well. With the X Games ending its run in LA, Pastrana reflected on some of his more memorable moments.

See the drivers' POV in the RallyCross finals.
The RallyCross final was one of the most exciting events at X Games Munich. Driving a Mini in its X Games debut, Liam Doran captured the gold medal, despite having a flat tire and with Ken Block close on his bumper. Now you can relive the thrilling end to the RallyCross event through the drivers' eyes.

Windows down, hood up, that's the way this guy gets buck

It's never a dull moment.
On the latest episode of On Pace, Travis Pastrana's hectic life behind the wheel continues. Pastrana tests his rallycross car then hits an X Games kickoff party where he matches his ping-pong skills against Ryan Sheckler, Robbie Maddison, and Ian Walsh. Pastrana has to keep his partying to a minimum because he needs to hop on a private jet for a NASCAR race. As soon as that's over, Pastrana is back on the plane to get ready for the rallycross race at X Games.