Why supercar and trailer - bad combination

Wild extreme on supercars with trailers (mobile homes). Two F1 racers – Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen demonstrated why there are no supercars tied up with mobile home on the roads.

Why supercar and trailer - bad combination

The action took place on Austrian Red Bull Ring on weekend. With Red Bull markings, Aston Martin Vanquish S Volante No. 33 and No. 3 rushed just one lap as the trailers were no longer able to ride. Notably, each trailer was custom-made and weighted some 881 lb. Moreover, they wore special racing tires from Pirelli. However, all that exclusive features were senseless on the road, while the whole exclusiveness of these mobile homes passed into oblivion by end of the first lap.

Why supercar and trailer - bad combination

Why supercar and trailer - bad combination

By the way Verstappen got more power with 595 hp Vanquish S Volante, against Ricciardo’s 568 hp. Anyway, it was more than enough to make trailers fly. The race turning point was complete destruction of the mobile houses, so they turned into trailer for boats.

Why supercar and trailer - bad combination

Why supercar and trailer - bad combination

Why supercar and trailer - bad combination

Why supercar and trailer - bad combination

Why supercar and trailer - bad combination

Why supercar and trailer - bad combination

The moral of the story is that there is hobbies that shouldn’t be mixed. It is better to rush on sportcar at first, and then for picnic with friends at more conventional car with trailer.

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