NJMP RACE VIDEO #1: Ferrari Scuderia 16M, Porsche GT3 MK2, Viper, Nissan GT-R and TONS more!

https://www.facebook.com/Replicawholesalesunglassescom Exotics invade New Jersey Motor Park for time trials. My car came in 9th Place. My car is a 2007 GT3 and this was my first time at the NJMP track and I'm still learning which gears to be in. Be sure to check out my next video as I get better around the track. Here are the Race results: Scott B - Alan's 997 GT3 #38 - 1:18.802 Brian P - Black F430 #36 - 1:19.095 Joe C - Black GTR #20 - 1:19.480 Seth R - Lambo SL #50 - 1:20.144 Nick C - Black RS4 #17 - 1:21.178 Ken S - Black Vette #27 - 1:21.182 John M - F430 Scud Spyder #29 - 1:21.274 Neil H - BMW M3 #37 - 1:21.953 Will S - 997 GT3 #31 - 1:22.451 Scott B - BMW 318 LeMons #469 - 1:22.740 Sergio A - SL55 AMG Black #24 - 1:22.991 Alan M - 997 GT3 #38 - 1:26. Nik M - Cayman S #34 - 1:27.127 Rami A - Mustang Cobra #7 - 127.246 Mark R - Red M5 #16 - 1:27.279 Moe K - Mini Cooper S #1 - 1:27.500 Tim C - Viper ACR #32 - 1:29.515 Rich K - Red F430 Scud #25 - 1:39.054

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