By Mark Hodge @Mrhodgey
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Videographer / Director: Zwingfilms
Producer: Nick Johnson
Editor: Kyle Waters
The US Modball Rally consists of powerful vehicles tearing up the East and West Coast highways - in an event with no rules other than to have a good time.
Shot by Zach Wingfield, 21, the footage from summer 2014, captured last year’s event, which is famously fuelled by love of life in the fast lane.
The July leg of the rally took the drivers down the East Coast, from New York to Washington DC, before making their way to Atlanta and finally ending up in the party city of Miami, Florida.
The West Coast leg, which was shot in August, started in Las Vegas, with stops in San Diego and Los Angeles, California, before finishing back in the Sin City of Vegas.
Zach, just 20 years old at the time, used the identification of a 34-year-old Londoner to gain access to some of the country's most exclusive night spots.
And Texas born Zach, who now lives in Seattle said: “While I legally wasn't allowed to enter the bars and clubs, I managed to get into multiple venues using one of the driver's ID Card, which was funny because he is 34 and his ID was from London.
“There was a lot of bad behaviour including one of the drivers being arrested for speeding, resulting in his partner having to bail him out with $1,500 (£975).
“I also nearly got arrested myself for skateboarding on the highway trying to film the cars.”
The rally featured a hoard of luxury modified vehicles including a Mercedes SLS and a turbo charged Ferrari 458 Italia.
The event costs $3000 (£1950) to enter, with each vehicle requiring at least two modifications.