GT-R Crashes In A Drag Race

Crash

Still think the GT-R is easy to drive?

This one might hurt a bit to watch. It’s the sort of thing we would ordinarily love to see, a heavily modified classic American car with a big ol’ V8 going up against a new GT-R. It’s the sort of match that could have potentially gone either way, and would have had us glued to the screen to watch it. But this one went horribly wrong almost immediately. If nothing else, it proves wrong the old idea that absolutely anybody can drive a GT-R under any circumstances.

The camera work is not the greatest, we know, but you’ll see all of the most important stuff just fine.

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