LONDON, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 13: Sixty four year old Hollywood movie stuntman Rock Taylor drives through a huge sheet of glass at the 02 Arena on September 13, 2011 in London, England. The stunt was performed in an attempt to break a previous Guinness record to 'break through the Largest breakaway glass structure in a car'. The stunt was to mark 'Remember a Charity' week, which aims to encourage more people to leave gifts to charity in their will. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

A stunt driver named Jumpin’ Jake Podann tried and failed to jump over a stack of cars at last Saturday’s Eve of Destruction event in Canada.  Luckily he only suffered minor injuries, but it sure looks like it could’ve been worse.

The stunt involves a lineup of seven cars in a row . . . but the second car also has THREE other cars stacked ON TOP of it.  So he has to go over the stacked cars first, and then clear the rest of the lineup.

You see him traveling at about 60 miles an hour when he goes up a ramp, through FIRE, and into the air . . . but the nose of his car dips down and he slams into the stack of cars, and then tumbles into the other ones.

According to reports, he was pinned in his car, but he made it out with minor injuries.


Stunt Driver Comes Up Short On Epic Jump And Crashes Into A Stack Of Cars

Stunt driver Jumpin' Jake Podann attempted to clear a stack of cars in a single bound - but came up just a bit short. Luckily, he was only minorly injured from the incident.