Amateurs Shouldn't Be Driving Around The Nurburgring Because This Guy


You're entering a world of pain.

The Nurburgring is no place for driving amateurs. It’s proven to be deadly. But here’s the thing about the place: anybody can pay to enter for a lap or two. Doesn’t really matter the car; just as long as it’s in proper working order. This, obviously, can be a bit annoying to those who actually go there to practice driving. Point being, the ‘Ring isn’t for plain old sightseeing. But this guy behind the wheel of a Renault Megane RS (a damn decent car, by the way), clearly wasn’t ready to tackle the twisty track and that nearly proved fatal.

Fortunately, he managed to walk away with only a broken hand. Still an amateur though.

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