So am I correct in thinking the Autozeitung test track is the same as Contidrom 3.63km?
And we also have 2 Bedford SWs and no North, I suggest making one Bedford North.
We need more track images to stop the confusion.
As regards the invalid laps, those 1:2X times do not look legitimate. Yes, I've seen the reference and even posted them below, but they don't seem right for the 3.8km layout. Even if we assume the 3.63km and 3.8km are the same track as luckyluke says, is one tester really 5s quicker than another in the 991 GT3 RS and R8 V10+? Is a 997 GT2 RS with a stick shift really 7s faster than Autozeitung with a 991 GT3 RS. I doubt it. They are faster than all the 3.3km times too. It's not making sense. And a 964 Turbo S faster than a 991 GT3 RS? Seriously? Ditto for 996 Turbo S.
Magazines often make mistakes. Just like Evo call their Blyton config 'Blyton Outer' but it isn't because they don't use the chicane on the main straight.
Best guess I would say.
All AZ times 3.8km &
Porsche 911 GT2 RS (997) unknown 1:25.72 620 / 1370 (3.3km or 3.57km?)
Porsche 911 GT3 RS (991) unknown 1:27.53 500 / 1420 (3.57km) Porsche 911 GT3 (991) unknown 1:28.90 476 / 1425 (3.57km) Audi R8 V10 Plus (Mk II) unknown 1:29.92 610 / 1565 (3.57km) Porsche 911 Turbo S (996) unknown 1:30.68 450 / 1540 (3.3km) Nissan GT-R (R35 550 PS) Autobild Sportscars 1:30.73 550 / 1736 (3.57km) Chevrolet Corvette Stingray unknown 1:31.37 461 / 1577 (3.57km) Nissan GT-R (R35 550 PS) unknown 1:31.91 550 / 1736 (3.57km) Dodge Charger SRT HellCat unknown 1:32.00 717 / 2082 (3.3km, 3.57km?) Porsche 911 Turbo S (964) unknown 1:32.38 381 / 1290 (3.3km)