Racing Gets Hilarious as a Pair of Smack Talking Buddies Chase Each Other Around the Track
When it comes to racing, obviously, the thrill originates in going fast as ...
When it comes to racing, obviously, the thrill originates in going fast as that’s what really get you into it in the first place. There’s just something about being able to rocket at such speed while you rip around the turns and drop down the throttle on the straightaways that really draws you in and keeps you attracted to the sport, however, there’s a lot more that goes into it than that which keeps us coming back. The simple need for speed is only scratching the surface of what it is that keeps us racing and dumping not only our but our hard earned time into the sport that really seems to be so simple on the surface but probably has are friends wondering why exactly were spending all kinds of time in the garage.
Beyond that simple need for speed, perhaps one of our favorite aspects of racing would be the camaraderie that it provides when you get out there for a track day! When working under the hood of a car with a few close buddies and maybe a couple cold drinks, some really good memories can be made and after all, what is racing without competition? What’s it worth to go out there and race with yourself? This time, we check out a little bit of friendly competition that has a little bit of a hilarious twist behind it.
In this one, we ride along for a track day as a couple of friends are making their way around the racing surface, really laying into it. We get the opportunity to watch it from the chase car as the guy in the rear keeps on his buddy’s bumper, attempting to overtake him if he so has the chance. However, the funny part really comes out when you get to hear the in-car commentary as the driver of the chase car really gets into it, talking a little bit of smack on his buddy before maniacally laughing when his friend eventually spins out of the dirt. If you have ever done anything competitively with your friends, there’s a good chance that you can relate to this one pretty easily.