Hot Slovakian WooHoo Racer Girls Drive a Koenigsegg at the Nurburgring

Hot Slovakian WooHoo Girls Drive a Koenigsegg at the Nurburgring 4 photos
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WooHoo Girls Drive a Koenigsegg at the NurburgringWooHoo Girls Drive a Koenigsegg at the NurburgringWooHoo Girls Drive a Koenigsegg at the Nurburgring
Remember when Bananarama tolds us we'd be in for a cruel summer back in 1984? Well, if we were to deliver a brief description of the 2016 hot seasons, we'd say this is a hot-women-driving-Koenigseggs summer.
And that's because, apparently, racing driver Carina Lima isn't the only one who enjoys spending time behind the wheel of a Koenigsegg. As the first video below shows, you don't necessarily need her level of track experience to womanhandle an Angelholm machine.

The latest production coming from Misha Charoudin (you may know him as Boosted Boris or the drunken bicyclist who is supporting Koenigsegg in its Ring lap record effort) brings us a pair of Slovakian ladies who engage in a Nordschleife activity, ending up playing with a Koenigsegg CCX.

Since Boosted Boris has done an awesome job at putting together the clip, one that also gives Shmee a part of the action, we'll let the video do its job without throwing any spoilers at you.

However, we can't help but throw in a little presentation of the Woohoo Girls - consider this our written equivalent of the huge smiles all the guys in the first clip below show when meeting the racer girls.

Yes, we're talking about amateur racers here, with these Slovakian (no, Akrapovic is based in Slovenia) beauties having already entered the motorsport realm and planning big things for next year.

We're talking about Silvia Nedecka, who describes herself as a go-kart racer,  model, presenter, actress and musician. Then we have Nina Zagozdzon (the one behind the wheel of the CCX), who talks about herself as a drift girl, track and street rally driver and stunt actress.

Curious about how these two beauties train back in their home country? We thought so, which is why we added the second video below.

P.S.: We'll probably get to see the steering wheel-savvy girls at next year's Gumball 3000 rally.

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