Driving a car close to 200 mph is nerve-wracking; the feeling that the slightest twitch could mean death is pervasive. We can only imagine what doing 182.3 mph would be like on ice. That's what Russian ice driver Roman Rusinov and auto journalist Andrey Leontjev did with a bone stock Nissan GT-R recently. 

They didn't break the world ice speed record, but they did set a new Russian record.

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[via Nissan]