The newest GT-R would probably have been a bit faster, the one they used here is two years old.
Nissan GT-R lap time at Nürburgring GP Sprint
|Track||Nürburgring GP Sprint|
|Vehicle||Nissan GT-R (R35 530 PS)|
|Power / weight||530 ps / 1736 kg|
|Average speed||134 kph (83 mph)|
|Submitted||29.04.2011 by autozeitung|
Zeruel 9y ago
Apathy 9y ago
The GT-R tends to lap towards the front, but not the absolute front of the pack when driven by independents. The ZR1, 458, Aventador, MP4-12C, etc. usually are a little quicker.
The only exception, as in the nurburgring time, is when Nissan's drivers are at the helm.
The right driver, with insane seat time..., can make a considerable difference.
When piloted by the same driver, with limited seat time, other cars tend to be a little quicker.
The trick awd can only make up for so much when its competitors are all packing more power and less weight.
Just my understanding of it all.
burgandy 9y ago
probably because they sent the wrong (stock) car instead of the usual modded ones that nissan likes to call it OUR STOCK CAR ran bla bla bla track without any modifications or semi racing tyres
Ruuuy 9y ago
I wonder why the GT-R didn't score an astonishing time in this one as it did in the Nordschleife.