Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles - Hello, I'm veteran stuntman, stunt coordinator, Rick Fike. Today, we're gonna break down the action, the arts and science, of stunt driving. I been in the stunt world for about 38 years, and when you don't find me on camera, or working stunts, or choreographing action, you can find me in my Karate school teaching martial arts. Today I'll be breaking down the art and science of stunt driving. The vehicle. To demonstrate the making of a good stunt vehicle, I'll be using these LEGO Technic models. Just like the real vehicles, they're built tough. All stunt vehicles have reinforced suspension, frames, and roofs. Handbrakes are added, and we have a six-point rollcage and a five-point harness. Before a big stunt, my team will plan it out with the use of concrete, chalk, and a miniature vehicle. A good stuntman always plans his stunts out on a smaller scale. The classic stunts. Maybe we have a scene where our vehicle has to fly up on two wheels and go down an alleyway and miss people. When we do this, we call that high skiing. It's very popular, but it's very difficult to do. One of my favorite stunts is gonna be the reverse J-turn. It's where we start our vehicle, back it up in reverse approximately 35 mile an hour, whip this wheel to the left, bringing that front around, drop in drive and accelerate away. Ramp jumping. We have a stable ramp, a vehicle hits that mark, flies and either pancakes or crashes off that ramp. And now the most popular of all ramps is the pipe ramp. When we insert the pipe ramp, we can adjust the height and angle. Our vehicle backs up, hits the ramp, launches, and twists and turns all the way over. At the end of the day, it all comes down to safety and preparation. Why I really enjoy working with LEGO Technic, they're as close to the real things as possible for us. Not only are they built rugged and strong, and contain rollcages to roll, tires that turn, power take off, but they're just fun. Well this has been stuntman, stunt coordinator Rick Fike breaking down the art and science of stunt driving with LEGO Technic, built for real.