We usually bring you plenty of the racetrack accident or near-crash footage while ...
We usually bring you plenty of the racetrack accident or near-crash footage while working to exploit the educational side of a featured drivers’ errors – you could say that those people crash their vehicles so you don’t have to.
Well, when it comes to the piece of the track action you can find in the video below, the most striking lesson might have to do with the German swear words.
And no, NSFW language is not okay, and we can cut the guy some slack – after all, he was in the middle of the slide that saw the Porsche 911 GT3 around him heading straight for a protection element on the side of a track.
Interestingly, the electronic nannies seem to be on, and this doesn’t stop the hefty rear bias of a 997 generation’s weight distribution to send the tail dancing.
This seems to be the aquaplaning case and while we can see a PSM (Porsche Stability Management) dashboard light flashing, electronics that act on the individual wheel braking and cut a gas have no power when overly serious traction issues send the rear-engined machine spinning.
And white a rear end of the GT3 might have been adorned with a few scratched, this extreme episode didn’t lead to any serious damage.
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