If you were to hazard a guess at where the Guinness World Record for ‘Largest Parade of Ram Trucks’ was set, you’d probably say somewhere in America, specifically Texas, but you’d be wrong. The Lone Star State once held claim to the record – but a group of European Ram enthusiasts recently trumped their record by quite a wide margin.
Ram pickup owners from all around Europe met up at Germany’s infamous Nurburgring on Saturday to break the aforementioned record of ‘‘Largest Parade of Ram Trucks’. Over 1,000 Rams showed up (1,152 to be exact) and lapped the infamous 15.2 Nordschleife, breaking the old record of 638 set in Mexico in July of last year.
In case you’re wondering, yes, at one time Texas did hold the record for largest Ram parade. Prior to the Mexican enthusiasts that set the record in July 2015, 415 Ram owners congregated in Texas to set the record. We’re expecting the Texan truck community to organize and hit back at the Europeans sooner or later. We’re not sure they can do something cooler than lapping the ‘Ring with their trucks, however.
You can recap some of the scenes from the day in the video embedded above.