Honda NSX lap time at Virginia International Raceway Grand East Course (post 01/2014)

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2016 Honda NSX finished a flying lap of Virginia International Raceway Grand East Course (post 01/2014) in 2 minutes and 50.2 seconds.

Track Virginia International Raceway Grand East Course (post 01/2014)
Type flying start
Vehicle Honda NSX (Mk II)
Power / weight 581 ps / 1766 kg
Time 2:50.199
Average speed 143 kph (89 mph)
Submitted 13.09.2016 by tyler
Source Car & Driver magazine (United States)
Views 1.4k

Reference:   Image of source Car & Driver - Welcome to Lightning Lap 2016

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cosimo  4y ago

scrap this car off fl, the results are embarrassing.

ayrton senna is dead and so is the nsx, this new sh*t is based on a civic type r with wide body kit and microwave + toaster to raise the price as much as possible to compete with eu supercars. it did not happen and it failed at that lol.

 

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Fastedee  3y ago

Don't know why the F12 was slower then but the 488 is quicker for close to twice the money. I'm sure it's just a misunderstanding fella.


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cosimo  3y ago @Fastedee

honda has been following the footsteps of vw/poor-shush replacing the standard tires with trofeo r tires whenever they hand over their cars for track tests and lap times :))


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saxy  3y ago

It's better than what you drive.


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BR2+  4y ago

This is something i find extremely strange...

The only car in the test that is completely new from the ground up starts at $156,940 and surpasses 200 grand with our $46,160 suite of options (about $30K of which makes it go faster), meaning that it’s expensive and powerful and its lap time should be down there with the expensive and powerful cars. The Ferrari-like options include $9,900 carbon-ceramic brakes, a $9,000 carbon exterior package, and $6000 pearl-red paint. The Pirelli P Zero Trofeo Rs, at $1,960, weren’t mentioned in any of the pre-launch publicity and are, like the Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2s we did know about, a dealer-installed option. Meaning that if you want to replace the standard Continentals with these Pirellis, the dealer will call Tire Rack and order them for you. Hmm.

So....Its a "Dealer" installed option, But not a Manufacture option? So you cant cant it from the actual company?..So how do we handle this one?