For those who aren't familiar with the Hot Wheels Double Dare Snare, it is essentially a two-lane set that involves a pair of cars racing into a double-vertical loop. The winner is caught in a "snare" while the loser falls off the track. This should help give you the picture.
Now imagine that set in real life: A 200-foot long track with two six-story loops. This weekend, Tanner Foust and Greg Tracy drove through that track. The drivers set a record for largest loop in a car, racing through the 66-foot loop at 52 mph.
The drivers hit about seven Gs of force as they went through the loop.
"That was pretty hardcore: the seven Gs ... I almost felt my chin hit my lap, I think, in the loop," Foust said. "I felt like I was in a toy."
Foust, who finished second, has got to be glad they didn't use the snare on this track. That would not have turned out well for him.
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