For a long time, Americans who were big fans of Japanese cars lusted after the Nissan Skyline. It was a high horsepower monster that dominated the track, and was a blast to drive in the process. Well, before Nissan finally decided to bring one to the States, one enterprising young fella decided to buy a Skyline motor and put it in his 1985 BMW 325. Now, depending on what type of car person you are, you either think that's the best idea ever, or you wonder why anyone would waste that kind of time and money in a 26–year–old pile of junk.

Anyway, the BMW was out at the track one day, and an impromptu burnout session took shape. Add in a ramp and a kid with a bike, and well, the rest just makes sense.