If you’ve got it, you’ll probably flaunt it. When it comes to supercars, you’d better know what you’re doing, as you risk embarrassing yourself and, maybe, damage your ride, too.
A Porsche 911 Turbo driver leaving a car meet obviously wanted to show off for the cameras.
Now, the 911 Turbo has all-wheel drive and overall great handling characteristics. However, just like in any 911, its engine layout means that, inherently, it is probe to understeer, as many 911 owners have found over the years.
This particular right-hander wasn’t tricky. You can see a blue Audi RS3 going about its business with absolute ease right before the 911 clips the curb. And no, the German supercar was nowhere near the apex.
Of course, things could have been a lot worse, where instead of understeering into the curb and damaging the rims, or a wishbone at worst, the driver could have wrapped his car around that small pole that was lurking there.
Anyhow, the driver chose to just drive off like nothing happened, probably to save face after such an amateur mistake with the cameras still recording. Guess he learned his lessons: when it comes to 911s, the “slow in, fast out” practice is mandatory if you don’t want to put yourself in trouble.