Try Not To Laugh When You Watch These Cars Avoid A Crash At The Nurburgring

Nurburgring

It’s called the Green Hell for a reason.

The Nurbrugring may have banned automakers from setting fast laps, but that hasn’t stopped enthusiasts from bringing their own vehicles to tackle the Green Hell. When pushing a vehicle to its limits, accidents are bound to happen. The latest crash video from a recent track day shows the aftermath of an accident involving a BMW M3, Porsche 911 and Volkswagen Golf. The unfortunate incident occurred at one of the track’s many blind spots, which made the process of dodging the stopped vehicles tricky.

There were four close calls in this video that will make you wince and wonder whether it took real skill or luck to avoid this crash. If the Nurburgring had more marshals on busy track days situations like this wouldn’t be as scary.

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