Porsche 918 Spyder laptime at Spa Francorchamps

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2013 Porsche 918 Spyder completed a lap of Spa Francorchamps in 2 minutes and 48 seconds.

Track Spa Francorchamps
Type flying start
Vehicle Porsche 918 Spyder
Power / weight 887 ps / 1665 kg
Time 2:48.000
Average speed 150 kph (93 mph)
Conditions damp
Notes Damp patches
Submitted 25.03.2015 by sroser
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Reference:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RVy6tPGVRUI 4:22-7:00

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Nissan GT-R2:43.41-4.6
Porsche 911 GT3 2:44.45-3.6
Porsche Cayman GT42:44.57-3.4
Porsche 918 Spyder2:48.00
Porsche Cayman GTS2:48.60+0.6
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luckyluke  5y ago

I haven't said that we should only accept videos proofs! I said, that if we take a video as a source a timing clock need to be shown or the time need to be explicitly stated somewhere. This was said somewhere here on fastestlaps, like 1 month ago, (not by me) and a lot of people agreed to that.

Btw you don't have to act like an *******, if someone has maybe expressed himself not claerly enough, although I think it was pretty clear what I meant. Maybe you should just read more carefully.


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BR2+  5y ago

It should be deleted.

But NOBODY on this site said there should only be video proof, Nobody, Stop making shite up.


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luckyluke  5y ago

IMO this time should be deleted. There is no timing clock and we once agreed on this site (can't remember where) that we should only accept times from videos, where a clock is shown or the time is shown/told afterwards or in the description.

This time is also useless since the owner drove the 918 the first time at Spa, it wasn't pushed very hard and there was traffic on the track.


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BR2+  5y ago

I agree with the first part


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homes  5y ago

One could argue that even having the same driver doesn't make things equal, because a driver could own one of the cars, or drive it professionally. Then you have the nature of the car itself, RWD being more difficult to get to grips with than AWD.


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AnonimityisGreat  5y ago

The p1 time was set also by customer and in traffic. Yet it went 10s fasfer. I guess there's more to lap times than just the cars.


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sroser  5y ago

It looks to have the rear aeroblades of WP. The P1 time above was also set by a customer on his first time out in a P1 with a passenger.


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Mal-2-2  5y ago

Not all times on the board are set by professionals.


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saxy  5y ago

first of all, i dont think it was a W-pack.

additional notes it was in heavy track day traffic.

And the driver just took the car on track for the very first time