It was definitely Mischief - they provided a teaser for it, "Banned from Skyline" but I can't find the video anywhere anymore.
Mischief.tv - “Mischief 8 – Banned From Skyline Drive” Chapter
It had a Graphite Grey Lotus Exige, a few Porsches, GTR, and the typical stanced M3s (form and no function) you see everywhere in NOVA.
I thought the video was entertaining from a video editing perspective but I was disappointed with the lack of video equipment, organization, and driving experience. All I could think of is: This is cool but these boys should have stayed in the city lol
Half of it is them getting separated and trying to find where they are going. Somehow one group ended up on a state road and they showcased the Exige negotiating rocks like it was a 4x4 Rock Climbing event (What the hell, don't show that, that's embarassing!) Another scene of the video had multiple cars breaking traction and veering into each other's lanes. And yes, a few guys "U" turned in the middle of the road to avoid the cops lol
With that said: Do I think the state of VA is making a big deal out of this? Yes but I'm not surprised. But that's what happens when you get a group of young guys driving over their head, hot lapping roads, and measuring cocks. Adrenaline makes us do stupid stuff and unfortunately when you have a nice car, and especially if you're in a group of nice cars, you have a bulls eye written all over you.
I've been organizing group rides for years now with higher-end cars. All the rides I communicate to everyone where we are going, place the faster cars and more experienced guys in the front , keep in a single file line, never pass/cut the double line, and especially no hot lapping roads. I've had new guys ride with us that the adrenaline got to their head(inexperience) and I've had to tell them to go home (in one case, a bike that a month later killed 2 people.)
I hope they post it back up