Mercedes-Benz AMG GT R lap time at Gunsai

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Mercedes-Benz AMG GT R finished a lap of Gunsai in 25.8 seconds.

Track Gunsai
Type flying start
Vehicle Mercedes-Benz AMG GT R
Power / weight 585 ps / 1626 kg
Driver Keiichi Tsuchiya
Time 0:25.768
Average speed 140 kph (87 mph)
Submitted 15.02.2020 by FastestLaps
Source Best Motoring tv show (Japan)
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Reference:   Image of source Best Motoring - Hot Version 151

AMG GT R0:25.77
Nissan GT-R Nismo0:25.93+0.2
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Honda NSX (Mk II)0:26.26+0.5
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FastestLaps  5m ago

Fastest time in the entire history of human kind (homo sapiens).

 

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BR2+  5m ago

Id be pretty nervous driving those awsome cars on such a tight little track, Kudos to them, Id love to see a Redeye being pushed there by them lol


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FastestLaps  5m ago @BR2+

Tsuchiya San really nailed it in the Nismo when they did the touge battle at the end.


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aaayy  5m ago

So, the GTR beat the GT-R


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FastestLaps  5m ago @aaayy

GT R had better time attack time than the GT-R but GT-R was faster than GT R in touge battle.


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benedekpuskas  5m ago @FastestLaps

This is not the 2020 Nismo GT-R


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SpeedKing  5m ago @benedekpuskas

Ok well even if it was the 2020 Nismo GT-R a fairer comparison would be against the AMG GT R Pro i would've thought?


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FastestLaps  5m ago @benedekpuskas

They are all the same to me. All minor upgrades.


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FastestLaps  5m ago @SpeedKing

This was already one fantastic comparison. Not only they both share the same name, they also managed to be very close in performance while being totally different in architecture - awd vs rwd, mid engine vs front engine, heavier vs lighter, v6 vs v8 etc.


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SpeedKing  5m ago @FastestLaps

Yes it was still a worthwhile comparison however my point was that the Nismo is the top dog in the GT-R range as is the Pro in the AMG GT R range. Having said that it stands to reason that the more track focussed Pro woulda left the Nismo eating its dust...