Dead. Really. Finally. Today we’re opening a secret document – a document issued by the German government (a.k.a. the ‘Polizei’). We were surprised to find out that it didn’t come from, but from the Government itself – imagine the absurd content it carries.

Gumball 3000 dead

The document lists the ‘dos and don’ts of the Gumball 3000 participants. So no matter whether you’re interested in such events or else, one thing is sure - you’ve never encountered such insanity before. So close your eyes for a second and envisage yourself as a car guy with a lot of money – I mean so much that investing $100,000, the entry fee to the Gumball 3000, is literally nothing. You just wanna relive the 1976’s Gumball Rally and you’re ready to do so no matter what. And you’re – in something like a mix of movie centered on an illegal racing and a modern event that happens to come with the same name. The Gumball 3000 is literally a dream came true – the perfect mixture of parties, hot girls, and sports cars. So imagine that for the people behind it that’s a rally, not a race, and everyone can drive as fast and crazy as they can. The speeding tickets you will receive when you’re driving the 2015 route that goes though Norway, Denmark, Germany, Holland and the United States will be worth only pennies for you. Do you have a driving license?

Then there is nothing to stop you to hit the next party – of course with the exception of a big car accident that could get in your way. And most importantly, you’re behind the wheel of one of the

 (a) Porsche 997 Turbo S
 (b) Ferrari 458 or F12
 (c) Mercedes SLS AMG
 (d) Rolls Royce Phantom
 (e) Porsche 918
 (f) Bugatti Veyron

And after having laid your hands on a ride that costs somewhere around $300,000 and $1M you can officially go and turn your dream into reality, speeding down the perfect Germany highway where no limits actually exist.


You should go for it in Germany as in the other countries you’ll drive through – Sweden, Norway, Holland, Denmark – speeding won’t be an option as there are way too many cameras that will snap you, laser guns and so on. And the traffic division of Interpol - Tispol - still clearly remembers the fatalities during the 2007 Gumball, even if someone might argue that it wasn’t the Gumballers’ fault. And then there is Germany’s autobahn – the only place, which enable you to go on the ‘trip of your life’ So even if you won’t have much fun in Scandinavia, you get the one-of-a-kind opportunity to go literally crazy in Germany and then stop for a blissful moment of reminiscing the scene with James Earl Jones in 1994’s Clear and Present Danger were a serious illness has stuck his patriotic character – the CIA Director of Operations in a hospital. He hopes that he will be able to work again… And then Harrison Ford steps in and gives him some pictures featuring the U.S. President cutting a deal with Columbian drug lords, preaching how important faith, trust, hard work, and the U.S. constitution is, ending with: “And then you see THIS.”

There is literary nothing you can do !

source : Jalopnik

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