Casually watching this video I said to myself “damn this guy is a beast” then I scrolled over the title to see that this “beast” as in fact, Top Gear presenter Sabine Schmitz. It’s almost as if she is subconsciously navigating the track IN THE RAIN while applying most of her focus on blasting by other cars.I hope the…
Here’s a fresh 7:53 BTG lap of the Nürburgring. In a Twingo RS. Alright, a well-developed Twingo RS with 204 hp and a rather slim 964kg to push around.
This summer I went to the Nurburgring with my 86’ Celica.
Watch from a 996 GT3 as Sabine Schmitz flogs the crap out of an E39 Ring Taxi on a track full of motorcycles:
Took this from a Jalopnik article today. Wallpaper of the... Whatever.
For the record, I don’t know if that’s the reason for the wheel coming off, that’s just my guess.
In 1 or 2 hours I will be leaving for the Nurburgring.
Is there any way I can prepare my car and myself so I don’t end up in a YouTube video?
Breakups always hurt. The initial blow is harsh. It stings, and the heartache is unbearable. You might cry into a pillow for a few hours, then fall asleep; wake up thinking it was all a bad dream, then realize it actually happened... all over again.
I was just browsing one of my other motoring sites and came across this video and was shocked at how stupid the motorbike rider was, when I watched it again I noticed that the car that almost wiped him out has the same stickers as one of us on here, did the car come like that or was that our oppo guys on the ‘ring?
Nürburgring-related dump inside. If you have a potato internet connection, don’t click. :(
These images just in, unfortunately the venerable Rotek Racing TTRS-R has suffered catastrophic engine failure in the early night hours while leading in SP4T . I’d seen the car pull off earlier in a cloud of smoke, but didn’t know why. I feel terrible for the whole team.
Possibly because of unseen contact damage and/or confusion over yellow flags, a great battle for 3rd overall between this AMG SLS GT3 and a BMW Z4 GT3 was brought to an end in the Nürburgring 24 Hours when the left rear wheel fell off. Did the driver give up? NO! Does this look like Formula 1?
Here’s a lap onboard James Thompson’s Lada Vesta with Rob Huff behind the wheel at the Nürburgring Combined circuit from yesterdays WTCC test.
In preparation for the German round of the 2015 World Touring Car Championship that takes place on 16th of May, and in conjunction with the 24 Hours of the Nürburgring, the WTCC boys took to the 15 mile combined circuit today to get familiar with the track.
This weekend saw the first race at the Nurburgring since Jann Mardenboroughs awful accident at Flugplatz. Im not going to comment on either the cause of the accident, but I will add my 2 pennies worth to the solution. However, not until you watch this video: