Porsche (GT3) RS 4.0 - Fastest lap at Laguna Seca 1:33.1 (Perhaps a lap record?)

Fastest lap at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in a stock Porsche RS 4.0 street car Time: 1:33.098 (Only mods are different DOT tyres & roll bar & harnesses) Is this a lap record for a full interior, street legal, Porsche 911 at Laguna Seca? If anyone has a video of a faster lap at Laguna of an unmodified 911 GT3 (full interior, factory aero, factory engine, 993/996/997/991) please do share and post!

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Ferrari Racing Days Laguna Seca - F1 Test Driver: Marc Gene - RECORD SETTING LAP!!
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NSX chasing Porsche 911's and a GT3RS at Laguna Seca.
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On-Board Schumacher's F1 Laps Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca Ferrari Racing Days 2011 in 720HD
In the begining of our 2011 season we hosted the Ferrari Racing Days Event....it was a blast! Thanks to Ferrari and the Clienti (the clients who own the cars) for allowing us to send some cameras along for the ride. Also big thanks to Jay Rosas and Vision Wells On-Track Video Productions for lending himself, his expertise in mounting cameras on extremely expensive cars, and his fleet of Contour cameras. The other big thanks of note goes to Phillip Powell and Charlie Davis for shooting the large format HD shots that will be incorporated into their production of the weekend. The driver is Luis Perez Companc in Ferrari F2004 Chassis No. 234 (Schumacher) with an extremely unofficial best lap of 106.25 music by danosongs.com

36HP 125cc Shifter Kart Vs. 444HP Mustang Boss 302 Laguna Seca Edition - Lap of Laguna Seca
Looking for an amazing, track ready, American muscle car? In 2012, Ford built the Boss 302 and given it's setup and dual purpose as a road and track car, this one is appropriately called the Laguna Seca edition. Fitting, right? The Laguna Seca edition features a race-derived suspension, race-compound tires, no rear seats, race-derived aerodynamic modifications, and a special key that changes the engine computer programming from street-legal to full race spec. But still that "not so great rear suspension", but that's another topic to itself. For Ford fans or weekend warriors, this car is going to exceed the limitations of the driver 9 out of 10 times. Being a few years old now, you can probably find some great deals on these 302's, perhaps even from a seller who bought it for it's name and never even got her familiar with a track environment. Pity, huh? A track inspired car is meant to be driven on the track when possible, not bought to sit in the garage while you tell your friends about said "race car" and how fast you can get it around your local track! #How About A Challenge? One flying lap around the famous Mazda Laguna Raceway Seca in a $48,000, 2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Laguna Seca edition (driven by none other than Randy Pobst) versus a $3,000, CR125 Honda powered shifter kart. This was my first time driving Laguna Seca in this kart. #Results: Virtually the exact same laps times (1:41.xx) and I am far from a professional driver! With a top driver from this kart class in the drivers seat, they would beat out the Mustang by 2+ seconds. ***Correction on the lap time of an identical kart to mine around Laguna Seca*** After a few more track days around Laguna, NCK Road Racing racer and friend Erik Maxfield has the top official time at Laguna Seca in my kart class - 1:36.444! For comparison: 2012 Corvette C6 Z06: 1:34:43, Driver: Randy Pobst, Tire: Michelin Pilot Sport Cup ZP 2012 McLaren MP4-12C - 1:34.5, Driver: Randy Pobst, Tire: Pirelli P Zero Corsa 2013 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Black Series - 1:35.03, Driver: Randy Pobst 2012 Lamborghini Aventador - 1:35.4, Driver: Randy Pobst, Tire: Pirelli P-Zero Corsa 2009 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 - 1:35.83, Driver: Randy Pobst, Tire: Michelin Pilot Sport 2 2010 Ferrari 458 Italia - 1:36.22, Driver: Randy Pobst, Tire: Michelin Pilot Super Sport K1 2013 Nissan GT-R Black Edition -1:36.3, Driver: Randy Pobst 2012 Lexus LFA - 1:36.39, Driver: Randy Pobst, Tire: Bridgestone Potenza S001 2013 SRT Viper - 1:36.43, Driver: Randy Pobst, Tire: Pirelli P Zero Corsa ****125cc CR125 Shifter Kart: 1:36.44, Driver: Erik Maxfield, Tires: MG Yellow 2014 Nissan GT-R Track Edition - 1:36.63, Driver: Randy Pobst 2011 Porsche 911 GT3 RS - 1:36.77, Driver: Randy Pobst, Tire: Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2014 Ferrari F12 Berlinetta - 1:38.04, Driver: Randy Pobst 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Z51 - 1:38.28, Driver: Randy Pobst 2014 Audi R8 V10 Plus - 1:38.70, Driver: Randy Pobst 2012 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG - 1:38.82, Driver: Randy Pobst #Added Notes: Anyone with a valid driver's license (or signature of consent from parent) can buy one of these karts and not only hone their skills at open track (HPDE) events, but they can also race wheel to wheel with other racing junkies - no special license needed. And all of this can be done for about 1/10th the cost per weekend versus doing it in say, a Mustang Boss 302 Laguna Seca Edition. http://www.autoblog.com/2010/08/13/ford-Mustang-boss-302-is-back-for-2012/ http://www.motortrend.com/features/performance/1108_ford_Mustang_boss_302_laguna_seca_2011_bes t_drivers_car_contender/