Porsche 911 GT3 lap time at Nürburgring GP Sprint

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Porsche 911 GT3 finished a lap of Nürburgring GP Sprint in 1 minute and 32.5 seconds.

Track Nürburgring GP Sprint
Type flying start
Vehicle Porsche 911 GT3 (992)
Power / weight 510 ps / 1455 kg
Time 1:32.500
Peak speed 237 kph (147 mph)
Average speed 144 kph (89 mph)
Submitted 1 year ago by Hoppelmoppel123
Source Autozeitung magazine (Germany)
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Reference:   Image of source Autozeitung - 13/2021

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Corvolet3  11m ago

Finally a reasonable laptime for this fraud.

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dr. cosimo  1y ago

the difference when you send a factory car to spoof auto vs production car for testing around a track :)


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Corvolet3  1y ago

Actually, I think this is a fair laptime. It doesn't beat cars like the 600LT and 488 Pista like it did on the Hockenheim GP (that's a questionable laptime). Anyway while we're at it, I'm curious why the Senna isn't much faster than the 488.

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SpeedKing  1y ago @Corvolet3

Well my guess is that the Pista was on Cup2R's which would give it at least a one second advantage over TrofeoR's on that track. Of course the other factor is that Paul Englert drove both and we know by now that he's not in the same league as the factory drivers.


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dr. cosimo  1y ago @SpeedKing

tires used for the gt3 was michelin pilot sport cup 2 r and cc brakes


0-100: 3,1
0-200: 10,4

braking / cold

50-0: 8,7 m
100-0: 33,0 m
150-0: 68,3 m

braking / warm

100-0: 32,2 m

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SpeedKing  1y ago @dr. cosimo

I've compared the new GT3 against the older GT3RS and there's bugger all difference between them on a performance/handling/braking level. The Nurb laps proved that beyond any doubt. Both Lars Kern(GT3) lap and Kevin Estre(GT3RS) lap are as good as each other and the best factory drivers Porsche has. They used the same tyres ie. Cup2R's so that sums it up. The upcoming GT3RS will have more power and more downforce so it'll be on top again.