Audi TT RS Meets Its Maker In Disastrous Nürburgring Crash

Nurburgring

Another one bites the dust at the Ring.

The Nürburgring in Germany is one of the world’s most famous testing grounds when it comes to pushing cars to the limit. Besides the Ring’s reputation for being a world-class testing track, it’s also famous for being ground zero of some of the most absolutely spectacular crashes. Seeing exotic cars meet their maker here has become an all too frequent occurrence and it would now seem as if a beautiful new Audi TT RS is the latest casualty of the German race course.

As the driver of the 335-hp sports coupe comes flying around a bend at full speed he completely loses control of the vehicle resulting in an absolutely explosive crash.

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