BMW M5 Competition lap time at Nürburgring Nordschleife

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BMW M5 Competition completed a flying lap of Nürburgring Nordschleife in 7 minutes and 36 seconds.

Track Nürburgring Nordschleife
Type flying start
Vehicle BMW M5 Competition (F90)
Power / weight 626 ps / 1898 kg
Driver Christian Gebhardt
Time 7:36.000
Peak speed 291 kph (181 mph)
Average speed 163 kph (101 mph)
Air temperature 14 C (57 F)
Track temperature 20 C (68 F)
Air pressure 1022 mbar
Submitted 25.06.2019 by FastestLaps
Source Sport Auto magazine (Germany)
Views 1.1k

Reference:   Image of source Sport Auto - 7/2019 - "Bayrisch Racing Green" - BMW M5 Competition supertest

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Gionata   9m ago

Amg gt4 doors eats 10 seconds from m5 competition. Despite a weight heavier is the fastest sedan.
Mmm

 

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Corvolet3  9m ago

It didn't pass 100% of the track. Doesn't mean anything.


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Cocobe  9m ago

you do know one is a manufacturer lap record attempt with a full team of engineers, several sets of tires of cup2 tires and best conditions, and the other one is just a magazine with a car and driver?


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Ogaabooga  10m ago

Tyres?

 

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SpeedKing  10m ago

Pirelli PZero's stock factory tyres...


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zak  1y ago

The straightway top speed is not as good as the 585ps + big rear wing of AMG GT R Pro,why?


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benni275  2y ago

sensational laptime for a sedan with this weight!

 

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Hans  2y ago

Panamera turbo is even heavier with less power and is only 2 sec slower. That's more impressive.


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benni275  2y ago @Hans

the 7:38 was a factory time as far as I remember, these are always quicker than the magazine times, especially for Porsche


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latvietis96  2y ago @benni275

Yup Sport Auto magazine times are always around 10sec slower than factory times.
BMW could easily achieve 7:25 with a factory test car and factory driver.