Inspired by a John Wayne film, Goodwin climbs all the way around a speeding car, moving across the roof and then underneath the vehicle as it races down a track. Without any safety equipment attached, Goodwin relies solely on strength and agility.
"Instead of climbing front to back which would be easiest, we went sideways," Goodwin told Digital Spy. "It's quicker, but much more dangerous. It was very, very intense."
Goodwin performs all variety of stunts for his new series, including putting a live scorpion in his mouth while handcuffed, testing his reflexes on a bear trap that would snap off his arm, dangling off buildings with only two fingers and hanging off a helicopter by only his toes.
> The Incredible Mr Goodwin interview
Earlier this week, Goodwin performed an escape stunt at the London Eye, dangling off the landmark from a burning rope.
The Incredible Mr Goodwin starts tonight (March 7) at 9pm on Watch.
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