Reckon Le Mans looked tough? Watch our man tackle the Nurburgring 24hrs
18 June 2007

With the dust of last weekend’s Le Mans 24hr race still drifting on the breeze, it might seem odd to direct your attention to a different all-day-and-all-night racing epic, but that’s what Autocar.co.uk's going to do.That’s because the weekend before last, our man Chris Harris tackled the Nurburgring 24hrs, a race so murky, soaking, arduous and attritional that only very bravest attempt it. And now, you can appreciate the magnitude of the challenge he faced on video at Autocar.co.uk.Fresh in our video section today is Chris’s latest video column, which tells the story of his race at the world’s most treacherous circuit. It crams the full 24-hour tale into an action- and incident-packed 16 minutes.“I’ve never seen so many crashes in my life,” said Harris. “This is the most crazy race in the world, and it’s as much through luck as good judgement that we’ve survived it.”Watch our exclusive Nurburgring 24hr video by clicking here.

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