Porsche 911 Turbo S lap time at Le Mans (Bugatti)

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2021 Porsche 911 Turbo S finished a lap of Le Mans (Bugatti) in 1 minute and 45.1 seconds.

Track Le Mans (Bugatti)
Type flying start
Vehicle Porsche 911 Turbo S (992)
Power / weight 650 ps / 1652 kg
Driver Christophe Tinseau
Time 1:45.099
Peak speed 244 kph (152 mph)
Average speed 143 kph (89 mph)
Air temperature 17 C (63 F)
Notes Pirelli PZero N1 tyres
Submitted 27.11.2020 by fakekillerfour
Source Sport Auto France magazine
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Reference:   Image of source Sport Auto France - 12/2020 - Porsche 911 Turbo supertest

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FastFox  7m ago

Sport Auto France Supertest

Le Mans Bugatti Circuit Lap Time

Ferrari 488 GTB - 1:44.28
Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4 - 1:45.06
Porsche 992 Turbo S - 1:45.10 NEW
Chevrolet Corvette C7 Z06 - 1:45.44
McLaren 650 S - 1:46.16


0-100: 2,6
0-160: 5,8
0-200: 8,8

0-400m: 10,4 @ 215 km/h
0-1000m: 19,1 @ 271 km/h

Power Output:

Claim: 650 hp @ 6,750 rpm
Tested: 669 hp @ 6,900 rpm

Weight: 1,661 kg

Tires: Pirelli P Zero


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Tommi95  7m ago

Meh... Acceptable, since it's on Pzero tyres, it has 4 seats and it's not track-focused. But truth be told it's on par with the 2014 corvette z06, the 2015 Huracan and the 488 gtb. They had cup2s but they are 5/6 years old... And the 488 gbt is still faster than the 992 Turbo S in the 0-200 and the 0-300 kmh, basically the Porsche beats it only off the line and on a track they're basically at the same level. I wonder why Porsche didn't use cup2 and why it didn't give this car at least 700 hp to compete with the f8/720s

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benni275  7m ago

not really impressive (although no semi-slicks, but anyway) - striking that Porsches are mostly relatively slow at French sport auto tests. Especially if you compare the times to the German equivalent. The question is just if Porsches are too quick in the German tests or too slow in French sport auto tests - or is the truth somewhere in between? My assumption would be that the truth is somewhere in between. But I'll leave the rest of the discusison up to the fanboys...