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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by steve614, May 29, 2011.
What a crock of $h*t! I was looking forward to this.
Did anyone else outside of D/FW get cut off?
It was only scheduled for 30 minutes. So, I figured it was over. Ended at the correct time.
um....who cares? As long as they aired the race....right?
Apparantly, no one but me.
At least now I get to see what I missed.
Why did they pixelate his face at the beginning if this? It wasn't a big secret who was driving the truck...
The whole thing was a goof. He was blurred out when he was be interviewed earlier at the "secret test facility"
Oh... I saw an article with the clip and they didn't mention that part. Thanks for the answer.
I had to watch the clip on line. We recorded it but about 20 minutes got cut off by the Indy overrun. Very annoying.
Tanner has some big stones.
Who was driving the truck?
At least you guys get to watch the race. In Indiana it's blacked out. I could have streamed it online, but my crappy DSL speed is too slow.
The driver was Tanner Foust.
Geez, they didn't give him much room for runoff after the jump. I'm kind of surprised the truck didn't flip when it skidded sideways into the gravel after the landing.
I wonder if they'll include any of the training/jump on the season of Top Gear.
Never heard of Tanner. Not sure why they blurred it. Nice jump tho. I was surprised when it hit on the left tires and came down on the right side, it didn't bounce up again.
You guys don't think this was real, do you?
According to the USA today, plus a couple hundred thousand people at the speedway, it was real:
the jump was real.(though it wasn't 100% gravity) the back story (i.e. the commercial being discussed) was all just a made up back story/commercial for Hot Wheels.
right - gravity plus a 875 horsepower truck...