Toyota MR-2 lap time at Tsukuba

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Toyota MR-2 finished a lap of Tsukuba in 1 minute and 10.3 seconds.

Track Tsukuba
Type flying start
Vehicle Toyota MR-2
Power / weight 140 ps / 965 kg
Time 1:10.300
Average speed 106 kph (66 mph)
Notes comparison test at Tsukuba
Submitted 02.05.2013 by anonymous
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Reference:   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cq41QYdfSPM

911 Carrera 4 Cabrio1:10.00-0.3
Continental Supersp..1:10.00-0.3
Audi S5 Cabriolet1:10.00-0.3
Mercedes-Benz SL 5001:10.00-0.3
Toyota MR-21:10.30
Porsche Boxster1:10.33+0.0
SLK 3501:10.44+0.1
Continental GT Spee..1:11.00+0.7
SL60 AMG1:11.00+0.7
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Viking  8y ago

Thanks for the info Super8. Groovy!


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Super8  8y ago

@ Viking: I ever saw a video about tuned MR-S and tuned V10 Supra. Those car were extremely fast on straight line. MR-S can beat Mclaren F1 on 1/4 mile drag race while the Supra 1/4 mile time almost same as Bugatti Veyron SS about 9.8 @ 149 mph.


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Super8  8y ago

One thing for sure, that Integra, MR-S, and MR2 beat my Galaxie 427 and my friend Challenger R/T 383 record time on this track.


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Super8  8y ago

Integra Type-R: 1:09.36
MR-S S Edition: 1:10.30
MR2 GT Sport: 1:10.71
Autech Silvia: 1:11.83
Civic Type R: 1:12.39
MX-5 1800 RS: 1:12.48
MGF: 1:14.44
I'm really surprised cuz MR2 and MR-S can beat Autech Silvia.


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Super8  8y ago

OK! I already watch the video. All the cars in there is stock. The white Silvia is Spec-S Autech version with stage 2 tuning identified from tires, 200 Hp engine (normal engine is 165 Hp) and 6 speed manual. All the cars in here were JDM which I really don't like it (their performance is limited and their top speed also limited into 180 km/h) but that's fine. They still able perform fast lap time.


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Shaggy  8y ago

@ Viking: The funny thing is that I never took Spanish in school, I learned from my coworkers over the past 5 years, 1/2 of them are Latino, mostly Mexican, but also Puerto Rican, Honduran, and Cuban. I'm of English, Scottish, and Irish descent, so no one else in my family speaks Spanish.


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Viking  8y ago

Back on subject, I hope Super8 can watch the video and give us a gist translation. He might be able to add some more lap times off of it as well.


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Viking  8y ago

@Shaggy I studied Ninpo Ninjutsu at the Bushikai Bugei Dojo in Frederick Maryland under Sensei Mike McGee. However the only martial art that I am good enough to be an instructor is Jeet Kune Do, I taught Bruce Lee's art as a hobby while working in Qatar at CENTCOM headquarters ie. Camp A'Salaya.

For those who speak Icelandic: E'g tal Islendsku' og aldrei Norski. Er thu fra' Reykjavik? E'g er ein A'satru'ar.

It would help me here in California to speak Spanish fluently, but I only took one semester in college. Still with enough Tequila and Mexican beer, I can manage somewhat to hold a limited conversation. I am glad the locals in Qatar could usually speak English since I never could properly pronounce stuff in Arabic.


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Shaggy  8y ago

@ Viking: I speak with a Maryland accent, I fake a southern/Georgia accent very well, (I've lived here half my life), I do English, Irish, Scottish, Australian, and Russian accents very well, and I speak Spanish fluently, and a tiny bit of German, what little I speak I learned from playing world war II based Call of Duty games. Speaking Icelandic is impressive, I've never even heard anyone speak Icelandic, Ninpo Ninjutsu?, may God have mercy on anyone who messes with you!


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Viking  8y ago

@BR2' yeah Icelandic is very difficult, and I read it better than I speak it. It helped that I studied Old Norse in college so that I could read the Eddas and Sagas in the original. I also took Old English and made my own translation of Beowulf for a class back then. I used to be fluent in German, but not any more (unless I drink enough German beer). In modern English I can switch accents and colloquialisms rather well, especially south/west Irish after a few pints. :)


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Viking  8y ago

@Super8 here is the link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cq41QYdfSPM


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Super8  8y ago

@ Viking: So where's the link?


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BR2'  8y ago

Icelandic? Very Impressive, thats one of the hardest languages on earth to speak.

I speak English, American English, Australian English, Trash Talk, SLang, and a bit in Japanese...


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Viking  8y ago

@Super8 can you give a brief translation of the video for those of us who do not speak Japanese? I can speak English, Icelandic, German, and a little Spanish, and a few phrases in Arabic. I had to learn a few commands in Japanese when I was taking Ninpo Ninjutsu, but I really don't understand Japanese. So if you can confirm that the cars in the video are stock, and therefore the lap time for the MR-S is legitimate I would appreciate it. The video was great in any case.


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FastestLaps  8y ago

I miss Best Motoring...


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Viking  8y ago

I watched this very well filmed video several times to be sure the cars were stock. My linguistic ability with Japanese in nearly non-existent, but plenty of details were printed in English, so I am pretty certain the lap time is legitimate. The MR-S had the same lap time on both the 4th and 5th lap. Good video footage, and fine driving.