If you didn't think I could follow up my last post with something equally stupid or worse, guess what! I can.
At this rate, Tuesday's will soon become AutoSpies' Tuesday-doomsday. Maybe I'll have to work on the nomenclature a bit.
To the video!
Driving fast on any public road is particularly risky, but when you add in a desert setting that consists of swirling dirt and rock formations, something bad is bound to happen.
Of course you dial up the risk when you're driving an E46 BMW M3 like it's on the track, when in reality you're on a twisty -- and likely dirt strewn -- road with elevation changes.
From the looks of it, our young fella here lifted off the throttle after coming over a hill. The road went left but the M3 went straight. That's what will happen when you lose traction, folks.
Be safe out there, Spies!
It's best to keep it on the track.
Driver Description: (19yr old driving E46 M3)
"Well it happened at South Mountain park in Phoenix AZ. One of my buddies and I were out just having fun and driving until I came up on a deceptive corner, misjudged it and it happened. No injuries. The car was a total loss. Misjudgment of the road caused the accident."