Imagine blindfolding yourself, then climbing a few steps and jumping in the air, only to drop about four stories onto a safety net built out of your driving skill and a bit of luck.
What you've just read is a reasonable description of the Corkscrew corner on Laguna Seca. Arguably the most challenging bend on a major track around the world, this is the kind of corner that can easily cause the seatbelt to squeeze the life out of an inexperienced driver, even if no other major event happens while going though it.
Think you could handle it? C'mon, a little girl can do it! You don't even have to take our word for it, as it's all shown in the video below.
The footage brings us Juliette, a five-year-old who loves to ride her bike. Her passion for pedaling go so far that she's recently descended the Corkscrew behind the handlebar.
Sure, Juliette was riding a half-bike, the kind that attached to the parent's bike, but she's still one of the coolest kids we've seen all year.
If we've managed to navigate the agitated waters of the world wide web correctly, we can tell you a few things about her father.
The man who came up with this brilliant example of parenting done right seems to drive an NSX. One dressed in Red.
He also likes to pull electric bike burnouts for the fun of it, so it sounds like we are dealing with our kind of guy.
Five, a magic number
It seems the age of five has something magical to it when it comes to hooning. For instance, back in July, we showed you a five-year-old who was fully enjoying himself while riding shotgun in his father's drift car. What are you planning for your kid?