The Craziest Sand Drag RC Car You’ll Ever See

When it comes to the sand dunes, you definitely see some pretty crazy rides hitting ...

When it comes to the sand dunes, you definitely see some pretty crazy rides hitting that surface and spitting up a tail as they head all the way up to the top of the dunes, launching their way into the air and putting on a complete show. Otherwise, they might be on flat ground, laying into the throttle as they go all out, pulling the front end of the ride up as the drivers attempt to rocker across the surface of the desert, really making themselves get into high gear, kicking it up to another level as the machines skate across the surface of the sand, seeming like they have ample power to go as fast as they possibly can.

This time, however, it’s not a traditional sand car or any other buggy that we are looking at but instead, something a little bit smaller. With this demonstration, we get to take a look at a remote control sand car that does a little bit of dirty dancing up a sand dune, shimmying its way through the loose surface until it makes its way to the top, really powering down and trudging through the tak to travel on the surface beneath it as it makes passes during a competition with other remote control sand drag cars to make the best time during this climb.

If you check out the video below, you’ll be able to ride along for yourself, seeing exactly how this thing gets put into motion. There’s really something about watching this thing rocking its way up the hill that really makes it seem like it’s unbeatable. After all, it does appear as if the man behind the triggers here did manage to make his way to the top of the pack, taking home first place in the challenge.

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