Here’s all the nonlethal crashes from a variety of different races at the Nurburgring. Now you don’t need to pretend to like racing to see the crashes. You don’t need to watch a minute of actual racing to get to the juicy bits. All the juicy bits have been arranged here for your viewing pleasure — you’re welcome.
I like the crashes where they’re driving their mother’s hatchback in a straight line, and then somehow manage to spin out. All the ones with real race cars are good too, but there’s a certain charm to watching a Fiat Panda go careening into a wall. To be honest, the smaller the car, the more entertaining I find its demise. Along with that, I love when they’re not going very fast. It takes skill to completely oversteer and spin out when you’re going 10 MPH. Don’t even get me started on the motorcycles. Watching someone take a nasty spill off a slow-moving motorcycle fills me with childish glee
Normally, I’d say that there is something deeply wrong with me, but I know that everyone wants to watch crashes just as much as I do. It’s revenge for every time a car drove by your house at 2 AM, going 120 MPH, and blasting crap music. It’s a great way to let out all your pent up aggression. The same concept works for a lot of different things. After this I’m going to go watch a montage of Gordon Ramsey screaming at amateur chefs because I went to a restaurant once and my steak arrived a bit cold. Justice is served and karmic balance is restored to the universe.