As part of our ongoing, though altogether unplanned, series of N rburgring driving videos, we present an opposite-lock master piloting a RUF Porsche 911 CTR "Yellow Bird." At least two Jalopniks remember vividly the late-1980s Road & Track issue that made the "roof 911" a term of endearment, after the Porsche Alois Ruf created embarassed every other supercar in existence (Lamborghini Countach, Ferrari Testarossa, Porsche 959 alike) to nail 211 mph, a spectacularly high number for the time. (That would be like a modern tuned GT3 hitting, oh I don't know, 260? 270?) This video's been kicking around for a while, but damned if it's not worth another look. [Thanks to Stephan for the tip.]

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