Nissan pitted their new uber-tech GT-R racing drone versus the 600-plus-HP 2017 Nissan GT-R at Silverstone to see who would come out on top. Spoiler alert: There goes Tokyoooo, go, go, Godzilla!
The first-ever World Drone Prix packed one hell of a surprise...and no, it wasn't the $1,000,000 purse. See the full story right here on Network A.
Drone racing is about to take over America, and this footage of a crazy course built in, out, and on top of a warehouse, shows exactly why. Buckle up and check it out.
Almost exactly 2 years after nearly dying at big wave spot Nazare in Portugal, Maya Gabeira has gotten her redemption. The female big wave surfer has been working towards this moment endlessly and has finally found her way back into the lineup at Nazare. And even better, it's now a 2016 XXL Big Wave Awards Ride Of The Year entry.
At over a half-mile long, 574-feet high, and capable of hitting speeds in excess of 100 mph, the world's fastest zipline at Gravity Canyon in New Zealand certainly adds up on paper. The Devin Super Tramp crew has never been interested in how things look on paper, however, so they grabbed their usual accoutrement of 4K cameras and drones and headed out the North Island to give it a go. Needless to say, the results will have you scrambling for plane tickets before you can say "no worries, mate".
Here's an adventure lesson for all of you who have yet to learn it: The most dangerous moments often arise out of the most unassuming circumstances. Just ask these hikers, who took to the hills above Maui for a quick dip in Commando waterfall only to be greeted by an entirely unexpected flash flood that blocked their path back down the mountain and required rescue by helicopter. Needless to say, the footage captured on their drone is pretty terrifying but well worth a watch for anyone lacking a healthy respect for the raw power of nature.
Remember Brandon Semenuk's wild, tracking-shot line from unReal? Well, Sam Reynolds just threw down his own gauntlet on this year's epic Nine Knights mountain bike course. Check it out and let us know who you think did it better.
That's right. This guy caught a fish...with a drone. Really not a lot to say about this one, so Derek, take us away buddy.
Footage of Teahupoo will certainly get the blood pumping. And this Teahupo'o, Du Ciel edit from Surfing Magazine does that and more. Never did we think that footage from above could still look so amazing—but that's the age we're in. Sit back and enjoy, and then go compare it to the Code Red swell footage here.