So maybe it’s a little late to learn about driving on the snow and ice, but unlike the other videos of Nissan GT-R, Lamborghini Gallardo, or Bugatti Veryon on ice, this one gives a real lesson. So start watching this video now and by next winter we may all be ice racers.

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6 comments:

  (318) posted on 04.28.2009

I think next drifting, this is the motor sport that I would like to try. Ice driving in Norway proves there are other things that we can do when our homes are in ice aside aside from sleeping inside the comforter. That is to do the ice driving.

  (177) posted on 04.28.2009

You got a point there. This sports in the first place requires a specific place, then the car must be tuned for the needed force.

  (289) posted on 04.28.2009

I would love to really try this one. But of course, the car must be set up for this type of sporting. specially the wheels. I would love to know more about setting up the car for this, driving techniques may come easy in practice.

  (231) posted on 04.28.2009

Ice driving is an in thing in Europe especially those areas that have more ice in their lifetime. I saw one in Russia, it was thrilling and deserves attention as evolution of motor sport.

  (314) posted on 04.27.2009

This information came from Mike Spenelli, I just want to share to you something about ice driving record. Finn rally veteran Juha Kankkunen ( Finland) recently set the world ice driving speed record, knocking on 200 mph’s door in his personal Bentley Continental GT. He hit 199.86 mph, breaking the previous record of 184.14 mph, set in 1995 by Gildo Pallanca-Pastor of Monaco in a Bugatti EB110 Supersport. So who want’s to break that record now?

  (421) posted on 04.27.2009

The Norwegian ice driving sport. I like this, it only shows how adventure drivers by heart would eat their heart out just to get into the thrill of driving—I would like to do it myself. This tutorial get’s an enrollee now—me!

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