VIDEO: Nürburgring TF in the ’90s was just as awesome as you think it was

Welcome to 1996. A water-cooled Porsche 911 was still two years away. The Red Hot Chilli Peppers were cutting edge. It was impossible to ride a GSX-R or without your neon-coloured paddock jacket. Oh, and the number 1 hit in Germany that year was “Zehn Kleine Jägermeister” by Die Toten Hosen

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But that’s not why you clicked is it? It’s because the Nürburgring Nordschleife was open for touristenfahrten nearly every weekend, and a YouTuber has actually taken the time to digitise and upload some random TF incidents from an October trip.

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The following clips are all shot within a few days of each other, all from the vantage point of Adenauer Forst. Just like the classic Rhapsodie In Blech, it’s a highlights reel of beginners running way too hot into the decreasing radius corner.

There are so many classic machines to see here, but the guy getting his wife to take a photo of him is my favourite “did that really just happen?” moment!

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