YouTube inventor Colin Furze is famous for building insanely fun and extremely dangerous contraptions with his own hands, then testing them on video with very few safety precautions. Needless to say, he's a treasure. (His thermite launcher is especially cool.) But this time, he's truly outdone himself. The BBC's Top Gear challenged him to build the world's fastest bumper car, which he accomplished with the help of a repurposed racing bike engine. The result was a 100-mph monster that will be the envy of anyone who never got over their childhood rage. Seriously, imagine ramming this bad boy into the back of your big brother's car over and over. That'd show him.
I need to start saving so I can buy this thing. With enough left over for bail.