Driver Attempts 350-Plus-Foot World Record Mini Jump, Crashes Spectacularly
Publish On 03-20-2014 , 4:33 PM
Stuntman and X-Raid rally driver Guerlain Chicherit has emerged from a spectacular crash relatively unharmed, according to a post on his Facebook page: “Guerlain is doing good . . . He got out of the car himself, slightly injured and will now get a precautionary MRI to check that everything is fine.”
The 35-year-old Frenchman was attempting to set the world record for the longest ramp jump of a four-wheeled vehicle when his Mini took a nosedive before reaching the landing platform. The video is below, and it’s Paul-Dallenbach-level scary.
You probably won’t be surprised to learn that this isn’t Chicherit’s first rodeo: He scored ninth place at the 2009 Dakar Rally, and he’s the man behind last year’s nutty Mini Countryman JCW backflip in the French Alps.
Chicherit was attempting to best the current record of 332 feet—which belongs to Top Gear USA‘s Tanner Foust—by 10 yards.
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