It’s not quite full-on “supercar season” yet, that’s typically a little bit later in the year. But the famous Industrie Pool sessions are definitely getting a bit faster as more and more exotic cars arrive with the (supposedly) better weather.
It’s all fun and games until somebody hits the grass. And when this Porsche 911 hits the grass at the outside of Metzgesfeld, you’d be forgiven for thinking it was all over.
I certainly expected the Porker to hit the barrier pretty hard. Luckily for him, the ground was dry enough to allow just enough friction for the car to change direction.
You have to admit, there are a lot of misunderstandings about all-wheel drive and its perceived benefits. Take, for example, this white Evo entering Brunnchen 2 (neé YouTube Corner) at around one million miles per hour… Continue reading VIDEO: Evo crash at YouTube corner
Contrary to popular opinion, a front-wheel-drive (FWD) car is NOT the work of the devil. When designed properly they’re awesome, especially in the wet! Continue reading VIDEO: Nürburgring FWD wet-lap tips and tricks
The current trend of video-recording every single minute of the Nürburgring’s operation is yielding some rather ‘interesting’ snippets. But where is it heading?
Just in case you didn’t see it already on one of the world’s biggest car websites, here’s what went down (or up) at VLN4…
“In all my years at racetracks around the world, there’s one button I’ve never pressed. But this weekend, I pushed it, and I pushed it, and I kept pushing it until I could push it no more.