Nissan GT-R lap time at Nürburgring Nordschleife

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2012 Nissan GT-R completed a flying lap of Nürburgring Nordschleife in 7 minutes and 19.1 seconds.

Track Nürburgring Nordschleife
Type flying start
Vehicle Nissan GT-R (R35 550 PS)
Power / weight 550 ps / 1736 kg
Driver Toshio Suzuki
Time 7:19.100
Average speed 169 kph (105 mph)
Submitted 10 years ago by anonymous
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MXN  10y ago

dag johnsen
video is not a proof when talking about some lexuses or nissans or sh*t like that
they use non-production cars with 700+ hp engines and racing slicks to post these times
Porsche's times are 100% correct with production cars.

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dag johnsen  10y ago

As with many other lap times, there is no video proof for this lap. The new Porsche 918 lap has video proof, therefore it is valid. Nissan have video proof for the 7.24,22 lap. That should be the official record for the GT-R until new video proof is released. This standard should apply fpr all makers of cars on this listing.

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Viking  10y ago


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Shaggy  10y ago

The time is correct.

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MXN  10y ago

fake as always
nissan are Chatter-mouth

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Apathy  10y ago

Namecalling is not tolerated

Please stop bickering, people.

Discussions are fine but lets please keep them elevated above childish bickering.

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CoolShirtGuy  10y ago

Wrong. The official time quoted by Nissan is 7:19.1. 7:18.6 is a MATHEMATICALLY ADJUSTED time to account for the time lost when the GT-R supposedly had to slow down due to traffic on the track. It's not a real time that the car physically ran, and that is straight from Nissan's own mouth.

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Mental  10y ago

The laptime for MY2013 GT-R that was done physically. This how it should be.

Calculations are just wind...