However, the SEAT ruined the moment, while also crashing in the process. You can see the sedan coming out of a straight, which could've allowed it to hit over 100 mph (160 km/h), in a sideways state.
While the driver isn't a stranger to hooning maneuvers, he clearly needs to sharpen up his reactions. With the car swinging from one side to another, quite a lot of its momentum gets killed.
At a certain point, the Toledo gets back onto the track, and you could bet a lot of money on a recovery. Alas, the guy behind the wheel makes a mess out of it, managing to hit the barrier on the side of the track in the end.
The Porsche and the Lotus can be seen slowing down in the background, but while the GT4 was leading, we have no clue of what the two were doing when the SEAT guy started his dizzy dance.
Oh well, at least the damage on the Toledo was light. We can even see the vehicle at the end of the video, with the side that hit the barrier being clearly caught on camera.
Still, we feel not to many people are showing compassion for the man behind the wheel.