Ram trucks smash world parade record video

Edward Rowe

Over 1000 owners of Ram trucks turned up at the famed Nurburgring circuit in Germany to set a world record for the largest gathering of pickup trucks and utes.

The vehicles were all-American but the venue was anything but for the world's largest gathering of pick-up trucks and utes.

A total of 1152 Ram trucks jammed into Germany's legendary Nurburgring race track on November 5 to smash the previous Guinness Book of World Records mark of 638 vehicles set in Saltillo, Mexico on July 12, 2015.

The vehicles were lined up two by two for a parade around the track it took more than 30 minutes to pass at a much slower pace than those normally hitting the infamous track.

Ram trucks are bumper to bumper for the world record gathering at Nurburgring.
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Ram trucks are bumper to bumper for the world record gathering at Nurburgring.

It may be a little while before there can be a Kiwi challenge to this Ram-Record, but Ram Trucks are now available from dealers across the country, with the range opening in New Zealand with the 2500 Laramie priced at NZ$163,000 plus on road costs and the 3500 Laramie at NZ$169,500.

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Ram trucks wind their way around Nurburgring during a world record gathering for trucks and utes.
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Ram trucks wind their way around Nurburgring during a world record gathering for trucks and utes.

 - Stuff

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