Side by side comparison of both the Nissan GTR and the Corvette ZR1 at the Nürburgring (Nordschleife). These two videos were released by GM and Nissan as evidence of lap records, both starting a timer at different points on the track. To compare the laps, Garage419 has used a visual landmark to sync both videos; the pit-exit sign. We invite both drivers of the two cars to come to our garage to discuss their individual laps. - Garage419
GT-R : Epic Fail - Garage419
Matt Farah and Leo Parente discuss the potential mergers between GM, Ford,
and Chrysler; James Bond sells his DBS boat, Drinking on mopeds, and the
failure of the GT-R warranty department.
GT-R Spec-V v C6 ZR1- Farah vs Spinelli - Garage419
Mike Spinelli and Matt Farah discuss the Nissan GT-R Spec-V's performance
as compared to the upcoming ZR1, the new SVT Raptor, the CLK Shooting
Brake, Volkswagen law, and of course the new rage of Flip A Bitch.
2011 Ford Fiesta Review
The Smoking Tire heads up to San Francisco's Skyline Drive to test Ford's
newest entrant into the economy car wars, the Fiesta. Is the
European-designed Fiesta all hype? Or does it live up to its promise of a
small, premium, efficient car? Let's find out.
ZR1 Smokes GT-R: Chevy Corvette ZR1 vs. Nissan GT-R
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It's already hot at 11 a.m. as we pull our 2009 Nissan GT-R into the
visitor's parking lot at GM's proving grounds in Arizona. The Japanese
supercar looks like a spaceship next to the aging, 1960s-era brick
buildings that front the massive desert test facility on the outskirts of
Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse - Jay Leno's Garage
Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand
Sport Vitesse. Jay takes a tour of one of the ultimate supercars: the 1200
horsepowerVeyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse.
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2015 Nissan GT-R Nismo: The Fastest Yet! – Ignition Ep. 118
On this episode of Ignition, presented by Universal Technical Institute,
Carlos Lago tests the new Nissan GT-R Nismo, the most powerful and
best-handling GT-R available. Packing 600 hp courtesy of new turbo chargers, new suspension components, and
sensible tuning, this GT-R has the capability to chart new performance
records for Nissan. Using instrumented testing, a trip to a closed proving
grounds & hot laps around Streets of Willow race track with pro driver
Randy Pobst, we'll find out just how fast this extremely limited machine
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Monsters' Brawl! Corvette ZR1 vs Porsche 911 Turbo
It's the King of the Hill vs the Autobahn Kaiser. The Chevrolet Corvette
ZR1 and the Porsche 911 turbo do battle
in a comparison of epic proportions at the track with professional hot shoe
Justin Bell, on the drag strip and through a standing mile...
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Pagani Zonda R - Nurburgring lap
Pagani - Pirelli Tyre - Assuring new technologies and materials are fit for
production means also putting the vehicle's components under severe
stresses, exceeding those normally encountered in every day road driving.
The Nürburgring Nordschleife is the most demanding track in the world, for
man and machine, an ordeal that each Pagani has to pass, only one of many
in the entire development phase.
The Zonda R serves as the ultimate test bench, a car able to reach
acceleration figures and speeds that are not possible with a road car.
This is further underlined by a laptime of 6:47,5 min for the 20,832 km
Nordschleife. Driver: Marc Basseng
Nissan GT-R v the World: GT-R v R8 v 911 v STI v Evo v Elise
We're in a 2009 Nissan GT-R, helmet on, seatbelt fastened, left foot poised
to release the brake and unleash Godzilla's wrath. But we're not on a
racetrack. In front of us there are 22 miles and 402 turns of the best
driving road in the world, Southern California's Glendora Mountain Road.
We've covered this ground thousands of times, but today it's different.
Today there are two California Highway Patrol cruisers stationed at either
end of this twisting strip of sun-drenched blacktop. It is our personal
playground for the afternoon.
The radio crackles the "All clear" and with the GT-R's engine revved to a
launch-controlled 4,500 rpm, we release the brake and let the big Nissan do
what it does best: twist physics into knots.
This process is repeated all afternoon in a collection of today's quickest
and most capable road cars. The list includes a 2008 Audi R8, 2008 Lotus
Elise SC, 2008 Porsche 911, 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X MR and 2008
Subaru WRX STI. We didn't discriminate: Rally cars, focused rear-drive
performance cars and everything in between was invited to the party. In
fact, there's only one genre missing from this otherwise comprehensive list
— the big-power, rear-drive supercar. But it wasn't for a lack of trying.
Fact is, we asked Chevy for a 2008 Corvette Z06 and we asked Dodge for a
2008 Viper SRT10, but both refused to loan us their cars — presumably
because we'd be testing their best metal against the almighty GT-R.
Sniff, sniff. Does somebody smell chicken?