Have you even seen a Hoosier R7?...They might as well be slicks, Theres just literally a few inches of long dots on the tread...
Now considering the GT4 is NOT stock, Any arguments made with it are practically useless now, ANY car, That doesnt have its tyres from the factory, Is not stock, Is that GT3 stock? Dunno, Theres literally nothing about it other then a cam, Ive got no reason to doubt the guy driving, But You posted it, And down the line im sure we will find something.
And the Huayra BARELY has any serious laptimes...If any, Both Blyton and Anglessey, And it both got the same time and got beat by the GT3, So why cant a GT3 win on Thermal?..Plus the Veyron isnt a track car, So is it that surprising that it would get beat by one?..
Forgot to add, Can you "Really" take anything serious from GermanCarForum.Com?.......That name alone should tell you something..
Why don't you use a board comparison to run a comparison between a GT3 RS and the Veyron SS, Huayra SV, ACR and 675LT and see if anyone else has gotten anything close? Also bear in mind that the Veyron SS and Huayra ran in milder weather.
A 570S with a cat and ECU has gone 2s faster than his 675LT time on Corsa tyres. That should be exactly the other way round. And when you look at Graham Rahal's NSX lap, which is the only decent time there aside from the mildly tuned 570S lap, you could use Solomon's times to argue that a 530ps Nissan GTR is faster than the ACR, the Huayra, the Veyron SS, the LT and the SV. All just really, really silly.
So basically these two videos show the only two decent, quality times from thermal. The rest should be scrubbed, except for the NSX MkI time (also Graham Rahal) and the Alex Gurney laps for R&T.
There are literally just 5 decent times amongst this mess currently. We should also add the 570S 1:20.91 time as a modified lap time and state cat+tune in notes.