It Takes A Seriously Good Driver To Get Close Up Footage Of A Tornado

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Especially when you’re out of gas and the twister is coming closer.

There are plenty of ways to get a thrill using a car. Racing at blinding speeds on the world’s most dangerous racetrack is one way, and another is to drive straight into a deadly tornado just to film the experience. To obtain that kind of footage and get the ultimate Snapchat story, you need a good driver who can navigate a heavy car (because who wants to be driving a tiny Fiat 500 near a tornado) through the wind and keep things stable for some good footage. These pros seem to have it down to a science.

Watch as they get some of the closest footage you will see of a twister. It seems like some good fun until the driver announces that he is running out of gas.

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