Watch a Teenager Drive a VW Polo onto Brands Hatch During a Live Race [Updated]

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Some people just don’t get music. Let’s take Jack, the British teenager from the adjacent clip, for instance, who must’ve misunderstood the message of “Hit The Road Jack” - the teen drove a VW Polo straight onto the Brands Hatch track in the middle of a race on Saturday.
The footage is captured from the back seat of the VW Polo and we see Jack briefly planning his... stint while the FunCup endurance race was taking place. He takes the hatchback though a pit garage, taking advantage of the loose security that accompanies the low-tier motorsport event.

Perhaps Jack confused the Polo for a Beetle, as the Fun Cup is a one-make series involving modified original Beetle replicas.

The car eventually reaches Brands Hatch asphalt, being overtaken by racers. As the organizers have confirmed, the situation caused the Red Flag to be waved, but the Polo quickly left the circuit.

While the little VW was no Beetle, it was, in fact, the car of Jack’s girlfriend. As you will certainly notice throughout the video, the girl desperately tries to convince her teen to abort mission. She even tries to take the wheel on multiple occasions.

Well, perhaps she showed her boyfriend the true meaning of the song after this adventure.

Update: Here's the second video showing the Polo's tour de douche on Brands Hatch.

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