Sweet Mercy This Is A Countach Whipping On Track

Have you ever seen a Countach being driven in anger on track, you know, without crashing or exploding or anything? Well, take a look at this.

I'm not exactly sure what this broadcast was, other than its (1) from the '80s and (2) from Circuit Paul Ricard in the south of France. Grindintosecond posted the video a while ago, and if you have any more infrmation on it, let it be known below.


I believe the narrator is the legendary (and flegmatic) French racer Henri Pescarolo, who won Le Mans a respectable four times. In this segment, he complains about the Countach's stability at high speed, saying that "in a Testarossa at 200 mph, you can smoke a cigar, but in a Countach you might swallow it"!