Algarve International Circuit Portimao (Grand Prix) lap times

Rank Vehicle Driver Time
1. W11 EQ Performance Valtteri Bottas 1:16.47
2. W11 EQ Performance Lewis Hamilton 1:16.65
3. Red Bull RB16 Max Verstappen 1:16.88
4. Ferrari SF1000 Charles Leclerc 1:17.09
5. Racing Point RP20 Sergio Perez 1:17.13
6. McLaren MCL35 Carlos Sainz 1:17.18
7. AlphaTauri AT01 Pierre Gasly 1:17.21
8. McLaren MCL35 Lando Norris 1:17.32
9. Red Bull RB16 Alexander Albon 1:17.41
10. Ferrari SF1000 Sebastian Vettel 1:17.45
11. Renault RS20 Daniel Ricciardo 1:17.48
12. Renault RS20 Esteban Ocon 1:17.61
13. Racing Point RP20 Lance Stroll 1:17.63
14. AlphaTauri AT01 Daniil Kvyat 1:17.73
15. Williams FW43 George Russell 1:17.79
16. W12 E Performance Lewis Hamilton 1:17.97
17. Alfa Romeo C39 Kimi Räikkönen 1:18.20
18. Alfa Romeo C39 Antonio Giovinazzi 1:18.32
19. W12 E Performance Valtteri Bottas 1:18.35
20. Haas VF-20 Romain Grosjean 1:18.36
21. McLaren MCL35M Lando Norris 1:18.48
22. Haas VF-20 Kevin Magnussen 1:18.51
23. Alpine A521 Esteban Ocon 1:18.59
24. Red Bull RB16B Max Verstappen 1:18.65
25. Ferrari SF21 Charles Leclerc 1:18.77
26. Williams FW43 Nicholas Latifi 1:18.78
27. Ferrari SF21 Carlos Sainz 1:18.81
28. Red Bull RB16B Sergio Pérez 1:18.84
29. Aston Martin AMR21 Sebastian Vettel 1:18.97
30. AlphaTauri AT02 Pierre Gasly 1:19.05
31. Williams FW43B George Russell 1:19.11
32. Alfa Romeo C41 Antonio Giovinazzi 1:19.22
33. Alpine A521 Fernando Alonso 1:19.46
34. AlphaTauri AT02 Yuki Tsunoda 1:19.46
35. Alfa Romeo C41 Kimi Räikkönen 1:19.75
36. McLaren MCL35M Daniel Ricciardo 1:19.84
37. Aston Martin AMR21 Lance Stroll 1:19.91
38. Williams FW43B Nicholas Latifi 1:20.28
39. Haas VF-21 Mick Schumacher 1:20.45
40. Haas VF-21 Nikita Mazepin 1:20.91
41. Oreca 07 unknown 1:32.85
42. ligier JS P217 unknown 1:33.26
43. Dallara P217 unknown 1:34.27
44. Porsche 911 GT2 RS Manthey Racing Chris Harris 1:49.45
45. McLaren P1 Chris Harris 1:51.78
46. Porsche 918 Spyder Chris Harris 1:53.98
47. Porsche 918 Spyder Jérôme d'Ambrosio 1:54.20
48. Ferrari LaFerrari Chris Harris 1:54.25
49. Ferrari LaFerrari Jérôme d'Ambrosio 1:54.40
50. McLaren 720S Chris Harris 1:54.75
51. McLaren P1 Jérôme d'Ambrosio 1:55.50
52. Modified KTM X-Bow Iván Fiestas 1:56.75
53. Porsche 911 GT3 RS (991) unknown 1:57.84
54. Ferrari 458 Speciale Chris Harris 1:58.20
55. Ferrari F12 Berlinetta Chris Harris 1:59.00
56. Honda CBR1000RR Miguel Praia 2:02.20
57. Porsche 911 GT3 (991) Chris Harris 2:03.02
58. Porsche Cayman GT4 (981) Walter Rohrl 2:03.88
59. Aston Martin V12 Vantage S Chris Harris 2:08.40
60. Renault Megane RS 275 Trophy R Chris Harris 2:10.20
61. BMW M3 (F80) Chris Harris 2:10.70
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Algarve International Circuit Portimao (Grand Prix)

Algarve International Circuit Portimao (Grand Prix) is a racing venue in Portugal with 67 lap times.This page represents the 4.6 kilometer (2.9 mile) configuration of this track.

Algarve International Circuit Portimao (Grand Prix) is a moderately fast track, with overall average speed of 142 kph (88 mph).

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Country Portugal
Track length 4.65 km / 2.89 miles
Track record 1:16.5 (W11 EQ Perform..)
Production record 1:51.8 (McLaren P1)
Front-drive record 2:10.2 (Megane RS 275 ..)
4-door sedan record 2:10.7 (BMW M3 (F80))
Convertible record 1:54.0 (918 Spyder)
Motorcycle record 2:02.2 (Honda CBR1000RR)
Top speed 283 kph (176 mph) (McLaren 720S)
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Lambolover  7m ago

Mclaren Senna 1:48.85

 


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Anonymous  11m ago

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FastestLaps  1y ago

Unfortunately the management / designer of this track decided to add multiple configurable chicanes and alternate sections. This was a big mistake. Nobody will ever know for sure which configuration was used for which lap times. There isn't even exhaustive list of all those permutations with their names (do they even exist?) available on their own website or any website. Just a terrible idea.


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Oscar  2y ago

Chris Harris I’m coming for you!
Driver: Oscar Löfquist
Car: Porsche GT3RS 991.2 Weissach
Lap Time: 1.52.49
https://youtu.be/KlE4Crcem4Y


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Oscar  2y ago

Chris Harris I’m coming for you!
Driver: Oscar Löfquist
Car: Porsche GT3RS 991.2 Weissach
https://youtu.be/KlE4Crcem4Y



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PAPPACLART  3y ago

Sam Lowes (World Superbike racer) on the launch of the revised Yamaha YZF-R1M has lapped said track on a non M version Stock 2018 Yamaha YZF-R1 on road Bridgestones only 4 seconds slower than his best World Superbike time. That would make his time on a stock road bike approximately 1.46.40 if based upon his World Superbike Pole time from 2017. Source here. https://youtu.be/NGpe1700EaQ?t=1008


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Alex K  3y ago

A Mclaren Senna just did a 1:46 last Tuesday with a 100kg passenger riding as well. Incredible


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saxy  3y ago

Chris Harris just did a 1:49.5 in a GT2 RS MR, while the developer did a 1:48X according to the new video o TopGear


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Oscar  3y ago

Oscar Löfquist
Nissan GT-R -09 1.59.55 Toyo R888r full track


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Tello  3y ago

Honda CBR 1000RR 2:02??
Amazing!


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Cloxxki  3y ago

Is no-one updating this site anymore?



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GONISMO  4y ago

Nissan GT-R NISMO - 2:02.90

Enjoy! :)

 


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GONISMO  4y ago

Nissan GT-R NISMO - 2:02.90

Enjoy! :)


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J83  4y ago

2009 GP2 Vitaly Petrov 1:30.819
2010 GT1 corvette Marc Hennerici or Alexandros Margaritis 1:42.394
2012 GT3 F458 Toni Vilander 1:44.730


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QA51M  4y ago

Top gear and chris harris have lapped the 720s around Algarve International Circuit (Portimao) in 1.55.20


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johnnyellfolk  4y ago

The full lap (long track)


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johnnyellfolk  4y ago

Fast lap at Portimao
Driver Johnny Ellfolk

 


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Cloxxki  4y ago

Did CH have better tires on the P1? JdA had it as slowest car...


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sroser  5y ago

 


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Fastedee  5y ago

The Aston must slow down a lot more on the corners than the Renault. Still glorious na v12 sound.


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Batnam  5y ago

2017 CBR1000RR lapped it in 1:57.13 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lI3HOmHxEJ4


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imahuman118  5y ago

If they were standing start then the p1 should have annihilated the other two even more because it was by far the quickest at the end of the straight.


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sroser  5y ago

Andreas - The problem is that it's not really a hot lap if indeed they did go from a standstill. A hot lap requires a flying start. I'm also not convinced they were from standing starts (my first guess would certainly be otherwise), unless we believe the video, in which case he massively sandbagged in the P1 by drifting it around two bends, which definitely loses heaps of time. Very little hard evidence available either way, very poor test in that respect.


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FastestLaps  5y ago

No I actually don't know that. Do you have any extra info confirming that they were standing laps (other than whats already discussed)?

Even if they are (and they very well might be), having flying and standing laps on same board doesn't make it inaccurate. Standing start is a self-inflicted disadvantage that just results in slower laptimes - nothing wrong with having fast and slow laptimes on same board.

It is only a problem once you start comparing cars.


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Andreas  5y ago

I assume you do know that Jérôme d'Ambrosio's laps are from a standstill, and Chris Harris's were on a flying start...which obviously makes a massive difference rendering your time board pretty inaccurate?


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sroser  5y ago

Well Cup 2s were 2.4s faster than Cup+ even on a 991 Turbo S on a 2 minute track.

http://www.tyrereviews.co.uk/Article/Michelin-Pilot-Sport-Cup-2-Launched.htm

Trofeos (non-R) which are still faster than Corsas were only 0.4s faster on a 1 minute track.

http://www.tyrereviews.co.uk/Article/2012-Sport-Auto-Track-Day-Tyre-Test.htm

Meanwhile Trofeo Rs were only 1.79s quicker than Corsas here. All same day tests.


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manone  5y ago

Probably a few tenths faster than on Cup 2s.

not sure. people pretent not to know that in 4wd cars, tyres differences are not at all as relevant as in 2wd cars.

trofeos r give a measurable advantage over cup2, especially on a 2 min track, for 2wd cars.


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sroser  5y ago

Probably a few tenths faster than on Cup 2s.