What’s most impressive about the way this ’71 Cadillac Eldorado easily maneuvers through these cones while in reverse is how much weight it’s carrying around. With twin 500-cc V8s mounted in both the front of the car and in the rear, it’s more surprising the aging car doesn’t tear itself apart with 16 cylinders going ham all at once. Used to qualify cars for the 24 Hours of Le Mans “Decade of Disappointment” race, we think more race championships should try this method rather than usual elimination shootout.
[VIDEO] Can You Navigate This Reverse Slalom Run As Effortlessly As This Caddy?
Gearhead stories in your inbox.