Ferrari F8 Tributo lap time at Assen

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2019 Ferrari F8 Tributo finished a lap of Assen in 1 minute and 50.8 seconds.

Track Assen
Type flying start
Vehicle Ferrari F8 Tributo
Power / weight 720 ps / 1435 kg
Time 1:50.810
Average speed 148 kph (92 mph)
Submitted 22.12.2019 by fakekillerfour
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Reference:   Audi TT RS | Hot Lap TT Circuit Assen | Supertest 2019 | Autovisie

Ferrari 488 Pista1:44.83-6.0
Huracán Performante1:48.00-2.8
Porsche 911 GT3 RS1:49.23-1.6
Huracán Evo1:50.48-0.3
Ferrari F8 Tributo1:50.81
McLaren 720S1:51.41+0.6
R8 V10 Performance1:54.11+3.3
Porsche Cayman GT42:00.11+9.3
Lotus Evora S2:07.50+16.7
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benedekpuskas  10m ago

Reference is why Audi TT laptime? XD

 

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Freakz  10m ago

Because as of now they have only released like two videos (Audi TT RS lap video and the Lotus Evora GT410 Sport lap video). At the end of each video we get to see all the laptimes of other cars (I guess he could update the reference to each car when the respective video comes up online). I just checked today and the 720S lap video is up so others will follow (so reference links need to be updated once all videos are up).


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benni275  10m ago

6 seconds slower than the Pista? Yes, I'm aware of the tires on the Pista and the more radical track focus, but 6 seconds need some more explanation. Probably conditions/driver, but it looks weird anyway. People here are complaining about the consistency of Sport Auto/Spoof Auto, but this is another level...

 

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SpeedKing  10m ago

The laptimes at Assen by Autovisie are even worse than SportAuto. For starters they have a passenger on board, without helmets, so OBVIOUSLY they're not pushing the cars to their limit and in addition to that it's not the same driver. It's pointless even displaying these lap times coz they're NOT representative of the cars potential pfft


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manone  10m ago

"People here are complaining about the consistency of Sport Auto/Spoof Auto, but this is another level..."

yes this test looks junky, but at least it appears to be consistent, meaning that you can compare the cars of this test with themselves, it doesn't look like they pulled the hand break of some brand car they do not like, as it is the rule with german magazines.
You cannot compare these results with older tests they did, though.