Car enthusiasts around the world are going to extremes to get their video plastered over the internet. Ken Block's famous stunt videos have helped inspire many, including this latest video featuring an old-school 1998 Subaru Impreza using a construction site as a playground.
The guy behind the wheel is fabricator and rally fan, Tyler Witte. Wanting to make his dream come true, he assembled a team to help produce the video in five days, and the result is phenomenal.
Fully helmeted-up and with the window down, Witte reverses the first-generation 2.5 RS Impreza up a dirt ramp, then it's just fun and games once the throttle is pressed to the floor.
Included in the four-minute video are dirt jumps, racing through shipping containers and lots of sideways action.
Witte throws the coupe into a dizzying donut and continues flat-out onto bitumen weaving in and out of obstacles.
Arriving at a cable spool, the Subaru does some more circle-work, and you can see a brave cameraman get extremely close to the rear of the car.
The finale is one to watch, which involves large machinery and some pretty artwork.