I think you'll agree with me on both points: this is the slowest but most impressive run I've ever seen up the driveway at Goodwood. Stunt driver took a Nissan Juke RS Nismo—not the similarly-named but very different Juke-R, which has a GT-R drivetrain stuffed underneath—and carefully tipped it over using a ramp just past the start of the hillclimb. After that, it's an incredible spectacle.
Grant's careful but sharp steering inputs seem incongruous given the car's precarious situation as it weaves and saws its way uphill, but this is how it's done—expertly enough, I might add, to set a world record for a four-wheeled vehicle going up the hill on two wheels. The previous record? Set by Grant, in a Juke as well. He shaved 45 seconds off his previous best time on this run.
And here's how Grant prepared for the run.