The Nürburgring does not forgive, and he doesn’t drive a pristine Nissan Skyline GT-R R34

The Nürburgring Nordschleife is the scene of hundreds of accidents a year, many of which claim the life of cars of high value, both historical as economic. It is a circuit of old, with hardly any loopholes, and that must be respected at all times. If you’ve lost the fear of the Green Hell, you’re going to have problems sooner or later. Does not forgive, and gives you like to drive a beautiful Nissan Skyline GT-R R34. It will be one more victim to its metal barriers, if you don’t have the proper respect.

The Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 is only sold between the years 1998 and 2002, marking the end of the RB26DETT in production cars.

How it has happened this accident? Everything seems to indicate that the driver of the Skyline opened up gas ahead of time, possibly underestimating the power of the car and the state imperfect of the firm. Or maybe there was oil on the track. Despite being a car of all-wheel drive permanent, ATESSA E-TS Pro is not as fast as the traction systems total today. That is to say, that it takes more time to transfer power to the axis that is losing grip, and its sharing by default favors always at the rear axle.

If the power of your engine RB26DETT has been modified – something very usual in the Skyline GT-R, easily potenciables – it is more than possible that we have a strong fright. Nor does it seem advisable to disconnect the electronic aids on the Nordschleife. The result is a shock dumb, but strong, which has left to this Skyline still and more than bruised. It is painful to see a car, so starry, but at least the damages seem to be repairable and should not have affected too much to your chassis.

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