SEBASTIAN VETTEL AND MARK WEBBER GO HEAD TO HEAD AROUND THE NORDSCHLEIFE IN INFINITI ROAD CARS

Red Bull Racing drivers Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber started their German Grand Prix weekend early this week, when they took each other on racing around the famous Nordschleife circuit in high performance Infiniti road cars. The team mates, currently leading the Formula One World Championship, were given the keys to a 3.7 litre V6 Infiniti M37s and an Infiniti M35h -- Infiniti's most powerful car to date and the fastest accelerating production hybrid in the world. They competed for one high speed lap around the legendary 14 mile (22.8km) track demonstrating truly Inspired Performance.

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