It-not takes only driving skill, but additionally imagination to help make the vehicle do what’s within the mind of the director or stunt coordinator, timing to really make it all happen in the proper time and also at the best place, and first and foremost, the capability to evolve and produce energy into each new and challenging situation.
Here is a good story as one example of this. A friend ran a vehicle commercial. The shot they wanted was what vehicle driving via a torrential rain storm in a high-speed. To do this, they mounted a jet engine at the back of a truck, plus a big water tank (only in film could anybody believe that up!)
My friend ended up being to drive one feet behind this factor, inside a convertible, using the top lower, without needing his car windows wipers! He could not visit a factor! On the top of getting water sprayed into his face, the jet engines fumes were brutal on his eyes.
I’ve my very own too. Within the scenes of My Boss’s Daughter, I had been driving a BMW when an Owl flies in with the passenger side window. This knocks the passengers mind into my lap, after which it hovers at the front of my eyes, flapping it’s wings.