Driver Matt Mullins was disappointed but thankfully unhurt.
The Beemer packs the power advantage over the Audi but the RS3 is also lighter and sends power to all four wheels.
We don’t think Lamborghini intended owners to go to such extremes as seen in this video.
Two very different machines in many aspects but as it turns out the race is VERY close.
Kitted with Michelin Pilot Sport Cup2 rubber it set a brisk time of 7:38.706.
Croatian racing driver Martin Kodrić used a Nevera equipped with Michelin Cup2R tyres to lap the long circuit in 7:05.298.
Dropping the top takes just 14 seconds and can be done while travelling at speeds of up to 50 km/h (31 mph).
Hennessey has revealed what it claims to be the fastest convertible ever created.
Just 110 will be made with all having been spoken for priced from R24 million.
The Hillclimb is staged on a narrow, winding road spanning 1.16 miles, featuring nine turns before reaching the top of the hill.