Extraordinary Reflexes Saved This Racer From A Nightmarish Nurburgring Crash


Look at the flick of the wrist!

Crashes happen all the time at the Nurburgring. As such itonly makes sense that near misses would also be a constant. We saw onerecently, with a Porsche driver pulling his car out of harm's way. This time it’sa BMW that’s milliseconds away from being lit up by another BMW, in this casean M235i. The guy behind the wheel makes a slight adjustment to avoid hisfellow Bimmer, which ended up speeding right off the track. Seriously, calls don’tget much closer than this.

The video is short and the action comes in a flash so make sure not to blink. We’re glad the Nurburgring decided to do away with its speed limits but videos like these prove that regardless of any safety features drivers will always be the most dangerous part of the track.

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