Surprisingly, the most powerful internal combustion engines were produced by a strange industry. Not hell-fast Formula 1 cars on the asphalt strip, but neither are the unbeatable dragsters on the straight line, but the machine monsters of tractor-pulling races.

Since there are unrestricted classes in this sport, anything can be limited by imagination. Accumulated as pyramids, fooled with nitro, compressed V8s, gas turbines discharged from helicopters, there really is everything here.

And the sight is also insane from the audience, the noise overwhelms all the thunder, the exploding engines are always in the deck. Still, the most interesting is the perspective of the racer sitting on the bomb, wrestling with the technique for a few seconds and trying to get to the end of the track as quickly as possible.