Watching content material on YouTube showcasing superbikes and supercars is nothing new. Certainly, YouTubers appear to have an limitless provide of concepts in terms of creating automotive content material, with some being full-blown checks and evaluations, whereas others occupying the territory of jokes and memes. What now we have right here in the present day is actually the latter, and it involves us from Indian YouTuber JS Movies.
Ducati has had a long-standing repute for being scorching – and I do not simply imply in a figurative sense. Having ridden quite a few Ducatis, and within the Philippines, a scorching, humid nation in Southeast Asia at that, I can attest to the truth that most Ducatis are so scorching that they may actually burn a gap in your pants whereas caught in a gridlock. Having mentioned that, JS Movies, being primarily based in India, is topic to the same stage of scorching climate, particularly now that it is summer season in most components of Asia.
The dude took to YouTube to showcase simply how scorching his Ducati Panigale V4 S is by cooking an omelette on the body of the superbike. I imply, positive, there are tons of different methods to show simply how scorching the Panigale is while not having to interrupt an egg and danger making a large number all around the lovely purple paint, however however, right here we’re.
The star of the present begins off by beginning up his bike, to which we’re handled to the enduring sound of a Ducati V4 engine. He then grabs a bit of foil, lays it onto the body of the bike simply above the fairing. This space is especially scorching, because it’s the place the warmth escapes, particularly when the radiator fan kicks on. One other man breaks an egg and places it right into a bowl whereas the bike is being tilted on its facet. The egg is then positioned on the foil the place we are able to see it getting slowly cooked.
Certainly, JS Movies was capable of show simply how scorching his Ducati Panigale V4 S is whereas making himself a fast snack within the course of. Speak about getting your cake – or egg– and consuming it, too.