This is a pretty shocking video, and hats off to the guy for uploading it. It shows a big mistake at the Nürburgring, and the horrible consequences.
Let’s face facts. The Huayra doesn’t need any help to sell units. And the car that we can see testing, the Huayra BC is a total one-off. It’s sold-not-sold already, and merely serves as an advertisement for all the awesome things Pagani do.
So why is it here at the Nürburgring Nordschleife, running the latest Pirelli PZero tyres for a whole week?
Maybe we should ask the driver…
If you’re “local” to the Nürburgring, drive your own RingTool but can still speak English, then keep reading! A film crew will be visiting the Nürburgring while filming a new motoring program for BBC2 and they’re looking for interesting cars and people to appear in the TV program they’re making. And yes, this is on BBC2 (one of the biggest channels in the UK!), and as the Sun reports, it’s a program aimed at Top Gear and Grand Tour viewers.
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Pagani haven’t been to the Nürburgring in an official capacity for many years now.
So it was a big surprise for me to see this Huayra BC hit the Nordschleife today in the official “Industrie Pool” testing session… Continue reading VIDEO: Pagani Huayra BC testing at the Nürburgring
I’d like to think that by sharing these videos, somebody, somewhere might put down their stopwatch and decide NOT to go chasing a laptime in the middle of an incredibly busy Sunday of Nürburgring Touristenfahrten. Continue reading CRASH: One biker walked away, one rode away.
For the last year and a bit, the internet has been alive with claims of Alfa Romeo’s newest super-saloon blasting the Nürburgring in a laptime that would make BMWs M3 blush.
But finally, the men from Milan have released their onboard video. Continue reading VIDEO: Onboard Alfa Romeo Giulia 7m32s *finally* goes live
It’s no surprise that rental cars get crashed at the Nürburgring Nordschleife. But when that rental car comes with a liability (or excess) of €150,000, then it’s news.
Simply finishing a race isn’t normally a headline in motorsports, but after the hard season thus far, we were delighted to finish the Nürburgring 6-hour on Saturday. Here’s how it happened…
As I hinted at in my previous BTG live-broadcasts, we are super-excited to reveal that TeamBTG is being strengthened by the arrival of none-other-than Tom Onslow-Cole, and a mid-season-switch to a TMG GT-86 Cup car!
BIG thanks to our great sponsors Milltek Sport, Lite-Blox, and our guest driver JF Brunot! Even bigger thanks to TMG and Ring Racing for making this happen.