Nissan GT-R Nismo lap time at Goodwood Hill climb

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2015 Nissan GT-R Nismo completed a lap of Goodwood Hill climb in 49.3 seconds.

Track Goodwood Hill climb
Type standing start
Vehicle Nissan GT-R Nismo (R35)
Power / weight 600 ps / 1741 kg
Driver Jann Mardenborough
Time 0:49.270
Average speed 136 kph (84 mph)
Submitted 15.07.2014 by saxy
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Reference:   Goodwood 2014 http://youtu.be/b-m-O--OGWI?t=1h33m6s

McLaren P1 LM0:47.07-2.2
Nissan GT-R Nismo0:49.27
Noble M6000:50.10+0.8
McLaren P10:53.00+3.7
Lexus LFA0:53.43+4.2
Porsche 911 Turbo S0:53.90+4.6
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FastestLaps  6y ago

Was it that young guy from Playstation academy?

Too bad there is no ESC & RESTART in real life....


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BR2+  6y ago

More a reason to watch from a tv-_-

Although, I have always questioned the rationality of a spectator of a Rally race, They are "Literally" in the action in a WRC event often no barriers, I can understand why, But i can understand why the hell someone wouldnt even more..


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NIN  6y ago

The driver who set this time is the same driver whose car got air-born and killed a spectator during a VLN1 race.

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http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/spectator-dies-after-welsh-driver-8940113

Can't really blame the driver once the car is in the air. The driver wasn't hurt (not really) but the spectator didn't survive.


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lamboboy  6y ago

Actually I love the LFA Nurburgring edition.


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CoolShirtGuy  6y ago

Anyone remember the Lexus LFA Nurburgring Edition? Yeah, me neither. But at least you could've actually bought that one(assuming you had $450k to blow).

This is just like what Pagani tried to pull at the Top Gear track. They used non-stock tires to set a record lap(which were later proven to be racing slicks with hand-cut treads), then tried to hide it by saying they were some kind of super secret new Super Tire developed by Pirelli, which would "eventually" be available as an option on the Huayra. That tire turned out to be the Trofeo R, which look and function nothing like those slicks.


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BR2+  6y ago

Yeah, The car should come as is, When a company makes a laptime, THAT car should be able to do that, None of this, "Oh it had an optional Nurburgring Track Attack Super Pack thing on it which will be available later at extra cost and only in certain regions..." Thats fkn stupid, Im all for options, But not this bullshite


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aaaa  6y ago

@saxy: the z51 package on the vette is a factory available option readily available to consumers. it certainly isn't a camouflaged car with added undisclosed extra bits that the manufacturer claims will eventually be available after the fact.


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aaaa  6y ago

@BR2+: I strongly agree, if a company is going to achieve a manufacturer laptime they better damn well make sure that the car they use is the same being sold to consumers (other than perhaps safety equipment) none of these bullshit aero fences or raised rear wings etc. that are not currently available.


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lafars  6y ago

it's gonna be up to fastestlaps to decide if it stays or not (since he made this site)


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saxy  6y ago

but then the Corvette c7 times were mostly set with the "Z51" package. It's not like we put those as separate times... double standard man.


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BR2+  6y ago

I wish that companys would just use the car that you can actually buy for whatever record they try, Im sick of all this, "Oh the car we used, Isnt the one you can buy but will be latter in the year"...I mean really?

I kinda agree it should be removed, I dont see a point in making a record in a shrouded car.


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NIN  6y ago

The "Time Attack" car is a NISMO with a few extra changes. Nissan claims that most of those changes will be available for purchase. The slight engine changes might not (certification costs) and the "aero fence on the hood" might not (pedestrian crash standards). The Goodwood car didn't have the aero fence on the hood so that might be gone for good.


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V8Supercar1  6y ago

In reference to the laptime. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GtsW__9RI3I


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saxy  6y ago

well if this car didn't count, then same the nurburgring time shouldn't count either, since it was the same car


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lafars  6y ago

this is what heppend to the production nismo at goodwood:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jKgpq0nhLHM


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saxy  6y ago

It's the exact same car they used for the nurburgring.

The other production car is just a normal GTR. the GTR nismo costs some 40-50 grand more?


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BR2+  6y ago

The car itself was all shrouded, And to be honest i wouldnt coulnt a time by a car thats shrouded in pre production drab, But i think more time should be looked into this, Dunno.


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lafars  6y ago

isn't this the time set by the time attack car and not the production car

both were present at the FoS but the production car crashed

so is it legit?