Participation in a death car race gives you the right to cut off your rival, ram his car, hit it in the rear and do anything that is not allowed on the road.
Such a death race took place in Simferopol on July 2.
Meet the participants!
Here rear doors open up against the wind like in the exclusive Rolls-Royce model.
What is there inside the car? Not much.
The inside is more complicated for this car. What is the green button for? Can it be responsible for environmental tips helping the car engine stay clean?
The bonnet vent looks impressive.
That’s why it is always surrounded by beautiful girls.
What’s the use of mounting the headlights if they can be simply painted?
The ice-cream pack was borrowed to decorate the car.
The safety of a racer is very important here that’s why the safety cage is made of a a great number of thick tubes.
Heroes must be known by sight.
The numerous holes in the front protect from the summer heat.
How do you like the conditioner?
The car called ‘The Bavarian wonder’ with the finger on its bumper went backwards the whole way to show the mentioned finger to the rivals.
‘Hi from Sevastopol’, “Ours”
Its rear part is much more impressive.
What is the bumper decorated with?
Do the stickers denote the number of killed pedestrians?
The car hasn’t even been washed since the last car race.
The dirt went nowhere even during transportation of the car to the battle field.
Checking the car before the race.
Glass is not there due to safety reasons. Metal net protects the racers.
Every car here has a name of its own.
Some helmets also look nice.
The screw key holds the bottom which is about to be separated.
The hood is fixed with a fishing line.
Repairing a car with a hammer.
Guests awaiting for the event.
Are they famous English engineers working at development of race tracks?
Taking a nap.
Only real men can participate in the racing.
10 minutes till the start. The drivers are getting ready.
Two heads are better than one.
The drivers are sitting on the roofs of their cars as the land is too dirty.
Panoramic view. Click on the image to view the full size.