KAMI spotted the story of these two enraged drivers driving recklessly on a school street from the Daily Mail UK website.
-A dash cam footage posted by another motorist received an enormous buzz online for 2 enraged drivers who are in a raging road race right on a school road.
-A range rover and a transit van are seen on the dash cam veering to get ahead of each other.
-This incident happened in Boston, Lincolnshire.
-Notwithstanding the danger, the men who were filming the incident can be heard laughing, and the other man even shouted, "He's had him!"
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The footage taken from a dash cam shows 2 seemingly infuriated drivers who are in a reckless road rage race overtaking each other like cats and dogs on an extremely busy school street.
The video shows a Range Rover in grey and a white transit van veering to get ahead from each other regardless being in a long line of traffic, closely avoiding other vehicles.
This road rage clip was taken by a Boston, Lincolnshire's motorist which was uploaded to social media on June 12, 2017.
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In this clip, the Ranger Rover is driving bumper-to-bumper with the transit van before it overtakes it at a pedestrian crossing, just missing an approaching car.
The driver of the van, on the other hand, reacted by speeding up around him then rush rapidly into a tight gap in front of the SUV that forces the latter to brake.
The men filming this road range racing can be heard laughing and one shouted "He's had him," despite the danger that they're doing.
The Range Rover continues to tailgate the transit van around a sharp curve, direly trying to work on its way out to lead again.
However, the driver of the transit van raced up along a 40 mph street, and the Ranger Rover still tries hard to beat it.
One of the men can be heard saying, "It's gonna end in tears, I'm telling you."
Just at the moment that the Range Rover drastically tried to take the lead for the final time, the transit van all of a sudden turned left down a side road
The video was uploaded to Facebook that received over 5, 000 views and received tremendous comments from the netizens. The video was also uploaded in YouTube on June 13, 2017.
Watch the full video footage of the dash cam here.