Subaru WRX STI Destroyed By Going on an Olympic Bobsled Run
If you’ve ever watched the Winter Olympics and seen a bobsled race, you know that these things can get pretty interesting. When you throw the different storylines in the mix, it can really be riveting entertainment to keep an eye on but what’s more interesting is when you take the bobsled out of the equation entirely.
If you’re kind of confused and have no idea what direction I’m going in with this, well, that’s kind of expected unless you took the good glance of the title. This time, in place of a bobsled, we have none other than a Subaru WRX STI trying it out on four studded tires.
Piloted by Mark Higgins
In a situation that looks a lot more like a video game than something happening in real life, we watch as this poor Subie is trusted through the narrow corridor that was designed to support something half of it size but that doesn’t stop the driver from being aggressive with it anyway.
If you’re a Subaru fanatic, this one might be a little bit difficult to watch but we encourage you to check out the crash and bang anyway as the sports car is crushed up ten ways from Sunday on its mission to the bottom of this super tight course. What do you think of the way the driver was able to handle the four-door sedan through all of these incredibly cramped hairpins?