Watch a Tour Bus, Moped, and Other Odd Cars Take on the Nurburgring

Stretching 12.9 miles long and featuring some of the toughest corners ever massaged into a race track, Germany's Nurburgring Nordschleife is not a circuit for the faint of heart, nor an amateur. Hence the nickname, “Green Hell”.  But for as little as 27 euros ($29) on 'tourist ride' days, anyone can show up, plop down their money, and take any car or bike around track – so long as it isn't a death trap. While the cars are usually tuned and tightened hatchbacks, sedans, and sports cars... a few oddballs do make it onto the circuit from time to time. It's a bit comical, take a look. RELATED: Meet the fastest hot hatchback around the Nurburgring
RELATED: Watch the Honda Civic Type-R set an insane Nurburgring lap time From GMC Suburbans, to down-powered mopeds, aged Volkswagen vans, and a tour bus, it would appear the tourist days are surely welcoming one and all. An official DHL delivery van even made an appearance, though presumably no packages were harmed in the production of this video. People of the Internet, beyond the typical purpose-built Porsches and the BMWs, what would be the strangest car to bring to the Nurburgring Nordschleife? RELATED: Yes, Toyota built a Corolla 'Nurburgring Edition' ____________________________________ Click Here to Read the Original Article on BoldRide