The Nürburgring is well known to those in the auto industry, as it is often referred to as the most difficult track in the world. Used to test the standards of vehicles from around the world, his German track was recently invaded by a number of Ram pickups.
Although that might not sound noteworthy, we should be more precise. The track was filled with nearly 1,200 Ram pickups, making it the longest parade of trucks in history. According to Jalopnik, this world-record shattered previous numbers by nearly double, a feat largely made possible thanks to the 16-mile length of the treacherous Nürburgring.
Translated into English, the official page for the event read: “It was incredible on Saturday, November 5th at the Nürburgring. The old record was 638 trucks, and together with you all we have broken the Guinness World Record for the ‘Largest Parade of Pickup Trucks’ with 1,152 RAMs!”
Other records included a parade in Texas set in 2015 at 451 pickups, which was broken a few months later in Mexico with 638 trucks. The official record holder for the current title at 1,152 is AutoGlobalTrade AG and AUTEC, made even more astonishing by the fact that every model was a RAM. The brand couldn’t be more pleased its trucks were used for such an event.