Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 lap time at Laguna Seca (post 1988)

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2018 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 finished a lap of Laguna Seca (post 1988) in 1 minute and 32.5 seconds.

Track Laguna Seca (post 1988)
Type flying start
Vehicle Chevrolet Corvette ZR1
Power / weight 765 ps / 1651 kg
Driver Randy Pobst
Time 1:32.460
Estimated time 1:33 (+0.5 sec)
Est. peak speed 239 kph (149 mph)
Average speed 140 kph (87 mph)
Submitted 17.09.2018 by fakekillerfour
Source Motortrend magazine (United States)
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Reference:   Image of source Motortrend - CHEVROLET CORVETTE ZR1: 2018 MOTOR TREND BEST DRIVER'S CAR CONTENDER

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Nurse_Tormon  1y ago

This lap time was a big disappointment. I’d like to see this redone w another driver and/or stickier tires. It would probably be in the 1.28’s.


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Blizz  3y ago

The C7 Z06 & ZR1 were Monumental disappointments... they were 500 pounds too heavy, and very underdeveloped. GM had a golden opportunity to right a lot of wrongs with the 5th and 6th generation, they really ****ed up


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Ed007  3y ago

Nobody wants to say it but the new Z06 and ZR1 are a big let down compared with their predecessors we just wanted them to be awesome but they are just good enough compared with their competitors and expected performance considering the time lapse they took them to come out


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saxy  3y ago

Think about it, the C6 Z06 with just 505hp and no aero was just 2 seconds slower. SMH what’s up with the ZR1

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