He saw santa still trying to deliver all of the presents. He was running far behind and daylight was soon to come. Santas dog sled worked out but now he had to make it over the ocean for over seas delivery.
THey desided they needed to build a big jump. That took about 1h and when it was done santa stole a Machz parked outside the club. He took a few practice runs and then went to the back of the parking lot exactly a 1/4mile away from the jump.. He turned around. They would have to wait for the wind to be perfect and the gravitational pull of the moon the be absolutly perfect. There was only a 4 min window.
The Mach was warmed, 20 seconds in counting before he had to pin it. He pinned it and nothing. The lights went dim. The handwarmers cold. The Mach stalled out. now with 2 min left in his window of oppertounity he had the cowl up and was looking for the problem. He found it. Fuel valve was shut off. He flicked it but now it wouldnt start. He ran the carbs dry. He was pulling and pulling, and finnally it started. And with 11 seconds to go. He pinned it. With the weight of the presents and himself the mach hooked perfectly. He hit the jump with 10 seconds to spare.
And away he went.
A normal sled would have stalled out becasue of the elevation but the DPM system adjusted and kept things going good.
Back at the club a flame trail from the back of the parking lot to the jump was just starting to die out. There were chunks of torn rubber and ripped up ashfalt from the parking lot. The 809 does that.
Thats when mighty RX-1 noticed that santa forgot a few presents. So he jumped on his RX-1 and attempted to do the same thing. He hit the gas collaped and went thru the jump and had a head on collison with a Mack truck comming around the corner at 80.
The truck was totalled and the RX-1s front bumber broke. Mighty tryied to get help for the driver but it seems that his RX-1 really hit the truck hard and it was to much for the driver who was now out of concisness.
Paul Yarek showed up and...