Trucks aren't supposed to fly over 160-feet gaps in the road.
However, one stunt driver Gregg Godfrey, proved everybody wrong and made his Optimus Prime-esque truck do just that.
The record-breaking stunt took place at a showcase in America called Evel Knievel Days, that features some of the most daring motorists and their ability to push their vehicles' boundaries.
In a video posted by YouTuber Colton Moore, crowds can be heard whooping and cheering as Godfrey and his truck make it safely to the other side.
However, the landing is far from smooth and as the vehicle goes into a 180-degree spin almost taking out a nearby building, the brave crowd does not flinch.
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