The World's Most Complicated Donut
Do you remember the old board game “Mouse Trap?” Have you ever heard of a Rube Goldberg machine? Rube Goldberg was a cartoonist from the early 1900’s who imagined overly-complicated and impractical machines—since then, ”Rube Goldberg machines” have become part of pop-culture where modern versions of the machine have been imagined and used as inspiration for childhood games like “Mouse Trap” and in a hundreds of popular movies including a few you might have heard of like “Wallace and Gromit” and “Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure.”
So how does a form of a Rube Goldberg machine work? Seemingly random objects and actions are set into motion with a single, small effort to form a series of chain reactions to produce a desired result.
In this video you’ll see the path of actions and contraptions our friends at Race Service designed to make the world’s most complicated donuts. Our video features Ryan Tuerck and his Nitto tire-spinning Ferrari-powered GT86 along with a whole slew of Nitto tires from the off-road Ridge Grappler to the street/strip ready NT555 G2 and the beautiful new NT420V. Do you like fast cars, crossbows, exercise bikes, fireworks and knifedrones (yes, knifedrones)? You should take a gander at this video.
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