Really, this is not recommended.
It's that time of the year again. Tornado season. Twisters are often times deadly and destructive, especially in Tornado Alley, an area of the US where tornadoes frequently strike (specifically, parts of Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas). But they're obviously not limited to just those states; they can strike anywhere assuming weather conditions are right and the ground is flat. But the one thing you should never do, unless you have a death wish, is attempt to outrun a twister. Doesn't matter if you're in a car or not. Nature will likely win.
Those storm chasers? Ballsy and borderline insane. But one guy from North Carolina on a business trip to Illinois and who's never witnessed a tornado before, has just posted a video of his first encounter. He's lucky the tornado didn't suddenly change its path, something they're known to do.