Over 1,000 RAM Pickups In Europe Hit The Nurburgring To Break Guinness World Record

Over 1,000 RAM pickup trucks recently cruised around the Nurburgring to set a new Guinness World Record for the largest parade of pickup trucks.

AutoGlobalTrade AG organized the event and although 1,137 owners expressed interest in the parade, 1,152 showed up on the day. Even so, the group smashed the previous record of 638 pickup trucks which gathered together back in July 2015.

While pickup trucks are more popular in the United States than anywhere else in the world, the clip below proves that there are thousands of Europeans who have caught the RAM pickup bug who are more than happy to show off their vehicles.

Remarkably, the train of slow-moving RAM pickups stretched for over 30 minutes on the famed circuit, making for an especially unique sight.

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