Harris Drives Classic 911s on Frozen Lake

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According to Monkey, this is the most fun you can have in a car.

Chris Harris' latest Drive video sees the auto-scribe we know as Monkey head off to a frozen lake in Sweden to indulge in a spot of sideways fun in classic Porsche 911 rally cars. He's driven a lot of cars in a range of conditions, but claims that if he had only one drive left in him, this would be it. That's quite an endorsement. Skidding and sliding around a frozen lake is apparently a great way to hone one's driving skills, what with the forgiving snow banks allowing for measured control when the car suddenly oversteers.

So if you consider yourself a decent driver that wants to take things to the next level, or to simply hoon around in a classic Carrera in -17 degree weather, Scandinavia is where it's at.

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