How Many Pokemon Can Be Caught On The Nurburgring In A BMW M3 Ring Taxi?

Funny

Follow-up question: Has this game gotten out of control?

If you’ve been near civilization anytime recently chances are you know what "Pokemon Go" is. The game has only been out a week but has already reached viral status; even hypercar owners are putting miles on their precious machines just to catch a few Pokemon. If this wasn’t enough, YouTuber Boosted Boris decided to hire a ring taxi to drive him around the track just to see how many Pokemon he could catch. Yes, he's hunting for Pokemon in a BMW M3 ring taxi. We know, it's ridiculous.

Surprisingly, it seems like the Green Hell has quite a few Pokémon waiting to be caught.

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