If it’s a choice between lapping with speed limits and not lapping at all, I’ll take the speed limits. It’s a shame we are in this position, and it sucks that the suits and bean-counters can’t tell the difference between a freak, flying GT3 car and the rest of us. But let’s be honest… Practically the limits probably affect less than 10% of the traffic. I just hope that the management understand the severity of the PR situation and look for a better solution ASAP. Personally, I would lament track modifications such as levelling the jumps, but we have to accept that this has happened many times before. The 30s nordschleife was different to the 50s, was different to the 70s, was different to the 80s, etc… Let’s stay positive and try to support the ‘Ring. 👍🚗🏁
In twenty years time we’ll all look back at three-pedal cars and wonder how we managed to drive them.
Or maybe we’ll just look back at videos like this and remember that driving cars is fun.
The Lamborghini Aventador is no stranger to the Nordschleife, and has been spotted testing here many times before.
But this video isn’t just any old testing, oh no. This is a wickedly fast lap that makes the Porsche 918 hypercar look a little overpriced.
Check it out below:
I’ll be honest, I’d almost forgotten about this video, which dropped on to YouTube only last week. It’s Christian Gebhardt doing the Sport Auto Superlap in the new Porsche Cayman GT4.