4:59.465 - GT5 Ferrari F2007 Nürburgring Record - 1st EVER SUB-5 min
THIS IS THE FIRST EVER RECORDED SUB-5 MINUTE LAP (in GT5) FOR THE STOCK F2007 on the most challenging track in the world - Nürburgring Nordschleife. Date and time of accomplishment: December 8 2010 - 18:32:40 The car is stock and not modified in any way. Setup: G25 Stock Ferrari F2007 Formula 1 car Manual pedal shifting; ABS: 1 TC: OFF Everything else OFF Soft Racing Tyres The F1 used in this video is exported from the PSP GT, and because of that it's a standard vehicle. The F2007 in the game is PREMIUM.
Idiot drives the Nürburgring F1 track. Gets beaten by cars with half the horsepower.
Most of the time I sit in my car declaring how rubbish everybody else is. This time I was the arsehole, the dangerous twit who didn't even realise how bad he was until he checked the memory card of the vbox... rather than hit ctrl-delete, I thought I'd upload it to others. Hey, if you can't laugh, you'll only cry!
F1 2011 - R10 - Nurburgring Highlights onboard
Re-upload.. Best moments of German GP 2011 (onboards only from onboard race) * I do not own any of the content featured in this video. The footage is owned by Formula One Management. All rights belong to FOM, as are the rights to the footage.
Sebastian Vettel driving GT5 RedbullX1 prototype at Nürburgring GP Course
Find more GT5 videos on http://gtchannel.com. In a world where modern professional racing is restricted by regulations, the X1 is a machine born from a fantastic "what if" dream of Gran Turismo: "What would the fastest racing car on Earth, free of any and all regulations, look like?" And the only way to experience it is in Gran Turismo 5. Initially the X1 Prototype was a single-seater canopied prototype wing car with covered front wheels. Powered by a 1500ps direct-injection V6 Twin turbo, on paper the performance would have been spectacular, producing a top speed of 400km/h (248.6mp/h) and a maximum lateral acceleration of 6G. But once Red Bull Racing was brought on board to be a partner, the X1 really took off. Adrian Newey, master aerodynamic engineer and Red Bull Racing's chief technical officer, suggested "Fan Car" technology, a long-held dream of his, be added to the design of the X1 Prototype. A "fan car" is a vehicle having a fan mechanism which forces the air out from underneath the car to reduce air pressure under the car's floor. The resulting suction draws the car to the ground surface and creates a massive amount of downforce. And because it can create downforce regardless of the vehicle's current speed, it dramatically raises it's cornering speed capability even in low speed corners. Thanks to the insight of Mr. Newey, the X1 Prototype design was transformed. A large fan was added to the rear end of the body to implement the Fan Car technology. Plus, Newey provided additional input into the the design of the front and rear wings and rear diffuser, dramatically refining the vehicle's aerodynamics. As a result, the virtual X1 Prototype was able to achieve an astonishing level of performance. Its new top speed was 450km/h (279.6mp/h), with a maximum lateral acceleration reaching up to 8.75G, pushing the vehicle to the very limits of what a normal human body can withstand.