• BAC Mono front 3/4

  • BAC Mono front

  • BAC Mono side

  • BAC Mono rear 3/4

  • BAC Mono rear

  • BAC Mono rear

Last month, RSR Nürburgring put the Queen of the Nürburgring, Sabine Schmitz, up against Ron Simons, an instructor at the Ring (which we suppose makes him one of Sabine's subjects). In that video, the two tangled on the Ring, with the German in her personal Porsche 911 GT3 RS and the Belgian in the excellent Ferrari 458 Italia. The Queen was victorious.

The next challenge saw Schmitz and Simons on the Belgian's home turf, at Spa-Francorchamps. The cars, this time around, would be equal - two BAC Monos - meaning Schmitz didn't have the luxury of using her personal vehicle. Factor in that the track was, rather appropriately for Spa, soaked, and that Simons claimed he'd never lost a race at Spa in the wet, and you'd be forgiven for think Sabine's goose was cooked.

Take a look at video below. You might be surprised by the result.

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