Video: Hilarious video of boy’s ecstatic reaction to motorbikes goes viral

0
Have your say

This two-year-old boy’s priceless reaction to motorbikes roaring past him on a race track has gone viral – after the video was watched more than 40 MILLION times.

Little Logan Cox was taken to Silverstone by his parents Daniel Cox, 27, and Kristy Vernalls, 27, because he is a big fan of bike racing.

Grabs from the video showing little Logan Cox loving the Moto GP event at Silverstone. See NTI copy NTIFACE: A toddler has gone viral after a video clip of his adorable reaction to motorbikes racing past him at a Moto GP event was watched by almost 40 MILLION people. Little Logan Cox, two, was taken to Silverstone by his parents Daniel Cox, 27, and Kristy Vernalls, 27, because he is a big fan of bike racing last Sunday (4/9). The couple managed to capture the tot's reaction as the powerful motorbikes zoomed past him at the side of the iconic circuit in Northamptonshire. In the adorable 20-second clip, ginger-haired Logan can be seen grinning widely and shaking with excitement as he watches the racers fly past from behind the metal fence. The youngster, who lives with his parents in Warndon Villages, Worcester, also claps his hands and laughs out loud as he turns his head to follow the bikes speed along the track.

Grabs from the video showing little Logan Cox loving the Moto GP event at Silverstone. See NTI copy NTIFACE: A toddler has gone viral after a video clip of his adorable reaction to motorbikes racing past him at a Moto GP event was watched by almost 40 MILLION people. Little Logan Cox, two, was taken to Silverstone by his parents Daniel Cox, 27, and Kristy Vernalls, 27, because he is a big fan of bike racing last Sunday (4/9). The couple managed to capture the tot's reaction as the powerful motorbikes zoomed past him at the side of the iconic circuit in Northamptonshire. In the adorable 20-second clip, ginger-haired Logan can be seen grinning widely and shaking with excitement as he watches the racers fly past from behind the metal fence. The youngster, who lives with his parents in Warndon Villages, Worcester, also claps his hands and laughs out loud as he turns his head to follow the bikes speed along the track.

And while other youngsters might have burst into tears at the noise of the powerful bikes racing past, Logan was captured on camera jumping for joy.

The 20-second clip shows ginger-haired Logan grinning widely and shaking with excitement as he watches the racers zoom past from behind a wire fence.

CLICK FOR MORE NEWS HEADLINES

The world has been expected to end several times - but we're still here.

Why the world could end tomorrow - but you shouldn't worry