Who Caused This Crash: The Grandpa In The BMW Or The Ass In The Audi?


Ah, tourist days on the Nurburgring.

It seems almost impossible to hold a tourist day on the Nurburgring without some sort of crash happening. It’s a race track and when you pack it full of cars driven by amateurs accidents are bound to happen. Such is the case in this video, starring a new Audi TT and a classic E30 3 Series. The BMW appears to be taking its sweet time around a bend while the Audi decides to wait for no man or machine, gunning it in an attempt to grab the inside line. As you’d expect, contact is made but who is at fault?

Check out the clip and decide for yourself. All we know is that slow cars usually keep right and stay right in America.

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