Ferrari 488 GTB laptime at Le Mans (Bugatti)

Ferrari 488 GTB finished a flying lap of Le Mans (Bugatti) in 1 minute and 44.28 seconds.

Track Le Mans (Bugatti)
Type flying start
Vehicle Ferrari 488 GTB
Power / weight 670 ps / 1541 kg
Driver Christophe Tinseau
Time 1:44.280
Peak speed 254 kph (158 mph)
Average speed 144 kph (89 mph)
Submitted 28.09.2016 by fakekillerfour
Reference Sport Auto France - 10/2016 - Ferrari 488 GTB super test
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hc*)QWHRo  1y ago

yo you stranje
you r stoupyd
yu r ogli


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cosimo  2y ago

for saxy and the rest of the haters/losers that are always coming up with the dumbest excuses, because they believe they know a thing or two about cars. damn toddlers still cussing behind the screen whenever they sign in on car forums thinking this is another playstation network - call of duty i can talk sh*t as much as i want.

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how often do you wet your diapers ? every time a ferrari sets a new lap time or whenver it destroys your dream cars from forza and gt 6 ?

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manone  2y ago

And even if I'm wrong, you can't blame me for thinking so because Ferrari does that all the time.

yet again, this crap is as seasonal as prairie on the fields. please name me one thing that ferrari does all the time and that every other your beloved sport car brands do not do.

So no I didn't say it's inconceivable that a Ferrari set those lap times. Sure it can, but not in the same way other cars did

that's what i said: it is not conceivable by poor frustrated fanboys like you that ferrari actually could produce a faster car than the competitors. you restated as clearly as it gets. if ferrari sets a faster lap time it must have done it not in the same way as the other cars, could not possibly be that it is actually faster. a pure argument by contraddiction, starting from the axiom that a ferrari car can't be faster. that's beyond sore fanboysm.

btw, 488 time is not that fast, being only a split second quicker than huracan's...yet it sparks such an amount of shit


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manone  2y ago

if they've never been caught red handed. Chris Harris called Ferrari out. Evo magazine did the same more recently when the Speciale set the anglessey lap record at the time.

what's strange is that "being caught" is such just if it is a ferrari's action. when it is mclaren doing much worse, why it does not qualify as being caught? should i remind for the millionth time mclaren showing up with new mp4-12c units the next day a comparison test
has been performed, with their own pilots, and improve previous' day ferrari 458's best times? what about mclaren showing up with a P1 fitted with trofeos r at anglesey after days of setting up and testing and handed it over to bovington in attempt to improve 918's time? what about sportauto decades of testing porsche at porsche's testbed nurburgring and hockenheim? topgear always waits for the best weather/track conditions to attempt mclaren cars' lap times, multiple times? why von saurma's porsche lap times are almost on par with rohrl's, whereas his ferrari laptimes are **slower ** than private amateurs'?
are sportauto and topgear run by journalists or are carmakers?nonrethorical question
Why sportauto, harris and evo do not qualify that as Nazis and Mclaren "being caught"??

I am still wating one reason why "being caught" is only when setting up the car at anglesay is Ferrari. This, before giving it to meaden, a slower driver than bovington. btw, why evo did not offer bovington to drive the speciale?


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saxy  2y ago

Lol someone doesn't call someone a cheater if they've never been caught red handed. Chris Harris called Ferrari out. Evo magazine did the same more recently when the Speciale set the anglessey lap record at the time.

Manone you are being absolute ridiculous. Manufacturer times of course are set at near perfect conditions. journalist times usually aren't. But at least they could try to keep all tests on similar protocols. Or what's the whole point? Should Usain Bolt be given a second head start on every race just because he's the most popular sprinter in the world?

So no I didn't say it's inconceivable that a Ferrari set those lap times. Sure it can, but not in the same way other cars did. And even if I'm wrong, you can't blame me for thinking so because Ferrari does that all the time.

Everything I said above is the truth. fanboys will be fanboys. The moment anyone says their god is imperfect they'd say it's sacrilegious and say "haters". If I were in the market for a £200k new supercar I'd definitely get a Ferrari. And I'm pretty sure many Ferrari owners criticize Ferraris ways. Are they haters?


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Murmur  2y ago

Ferrari haters butthurt at its best :D


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manone  2y ago

But let me guess, they allowed this one because Ferrari were notified before and Ferrari spent a day at the track to adjust and fine tune the car before they handed it off to the journalist?
Straight out of the box, even a Laferrari will have trouble beating that time without a good deal of laps

cosimo, you called for it! LOL
if that were the case, it is just what every car maker does in that track. german, british and american brands have much murkier policies in german, british and american tracks, including use of non-stock tyres, waiting for ages the best track conditions, magazines sandbagging competitors/or non-sponsorizing makers. we have gone through this no less than thousands times, and this debate pops up now and then, especially when a ferrari car posts a good lap time. For some reason and to some people, it is simply not conceivable that ferrari can produce a faster car than the competitors. They use it as contraddicting evidence in an "argument by contraddiction", infering than some of the assumptions must not hold, as a consequence...poor frustrated jerks


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saxy  2y ago

Are you kidding me, we would all love to see Ferrari ALLOW their cars to do more lap times. The more the merrier. But let me guess, they allowed this one because Ferrari were notified before and Ferrari spent a day at the track to adjust and fine tune the car before they handed it off to the journalist?

Straight out of the box, even a Laferrari will have trouble beating that time without a good deal of laps



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fakekillerfour  2y ago

This lap time is ultra impressive.


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cosimo  2y ago

am i dreaming or is this for real ? not one hater has commented or tried to pull out an excuse out of his bum in the last 24hrs ? hahahahahaha


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cosimo  2y ago

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Thiago_Lins  2y ago

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fakekillerfour  2y ago

almost 2 seconds faster than the 650S!

https://youtu.be/OsSp0_Y4W3M