How come a 20 year old Japanese sedan is faster than anything made by Americans around the Nurburgring?

How come a 20 year old Japanese sedan is faster than anything made by Americans around the Nurburgring?

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  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    That’s clearly a coupe though

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      That wasn't the car OP was referring to.

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    viper, vette, camaro are all faster. cope.

    • 3 weeks ago
      S/ö/viet

      No they aren't, none of those are street legal

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        You need a loiscence for that much powah? They’re all legal in the market they were built in. I guess im sorry you can’t own one over there? Or something?

        • 3 weeks ago
          S/ö/viet

          nice mental gymnastics, the GTR is actually the faster street legal car

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Yes they are.

        Viper yes, but there are no street legal /variants you can buy ofvettes or camaros that are faster around the ring

        Only the first two words in your post were correct.

        • 3 weeks ago
          S/ö/viet

          >Yes they are.
          No, they had Texas plates

          https://i.imgur.com/m6XU7iO.jpeg

          No it isn't moronic homosexual, the Viper that lapped the ring was on Texas plates, it couldn't be driven in the streets in Germany.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Oh so it's street legal. Good to know.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >it's street legal
            not in Germany, where the nurburgring is located

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            That's nice dear.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Viper yes, but there are no street legal /variants you can buy ofvettes or camaros that are faster around the ring

      • 3 weeks ago
        S/ö/viet

        >viper
        The viper that lapped the burgerking wasn't street legal

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Viper ACR is street legal you moronic namegay

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ö/viet

            No it isn't moronic homosexual, the Viper that lapped the ring was on Texas plates, it couldn't be driven in the streets in Germany.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            So what you're saying is that it is street legal.

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ö/viet

            No it isn't, google where the nurbrugring is located.

          • 3 weeks ago
            s/ö/viet is a fucking retard

            Clearly the Alabama plate on this 917 makes it not street legal. Also, the Viper absolutely can be registered/titled in the EU: https://youtu.be/Xob4MsSMMJ4

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >the Viper absolutely can be registered/titled in the EU:
            Not the one that supposedly lapped the ring in /:01

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ö/viet

            7:01*

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            7:01*

            Except it was, by virtue of being registered/titled and brought over on a temporary import. They even drove the two cars to the track rather than bringing them in on a transporter.

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ö/viet

            >Except it was, by virtue of being registered/titled
            Not in Germany
            >and brought over on a temporary import.
            It didn't have temporary plates, German law requires Front and Rear plates, Front plates would undoubtedly fricked up with aerodynamics, the record is invalid or at least not considered street legal unlike the GTR.
            >They even drove the two cars to the track rather
            That video only shows the cars being driven on the track

          • 3 weeks ago
            soviet is a fucking retard

            Don't care, it's street legal
            >only shows them being driven onto the track
            Yea ignore the shots of them on the highway and B roads.
            >record isn't considered valid because no front plate
            Street legal production car is street legal production car, doesn't matter if it's EU registered or not.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            This is an even bigger cope than saying the 7:08 GT-R wasn't street legal because it had 6-point harnesses.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            you might legitimately be the biggest homosexual ive ever seen post

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            It's street legal in non-homosexual countries that won't stop existing by the end of the century.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Good bait, guaranteed replies. That picture is pure sex right down to the Texas plates. God Bless the Lone Star State

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            The nordschliefe is a public road, how was it not street legal?

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ó/viet

            Because German law states that, for a car to be road legal, it must have Front and Rear German plates. The Viper didn't had an oversized Eurocuck front German plate tha would undoubtedly fricked with the car's aero.

            If it was registered as a temporary import then that means it can only be driven for 6 months, so the record only stood for 6 months.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            You can drive US cars in EU on US plates even without front plates up to 6 months, then you have to register it as an European car and "import" it or get a proof of residence or some shit for the car that it infact is an US car going back to the US at some point.

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ó/viet

            >Up to 6 months
            So the record only stood for 6 months then.
            The viper is no longer street legal so it's no longer relevant to the discussion

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            BUT consider that the gtr is also not ULEZ approved, so its record is also disqualified. Was it even on german plates AND was it taxed and insured? I believe those have expired by now, so the point is moot.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >The Viper didn't had an oversized Eurocuck front German plate tha would undoubtedly fricked with the car's aero.
            why do i still come to this dogwater horse shit site

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ò/viet

            it's true though

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Saved. Frick this picture is more American than deep fried turducken.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I 'member when just the vette and viper were faster than the gtr, but when the camaro started whooping it, that was just plain disrespectful

      • 3 weeks ago
        S/ó/viet

        What Camaro laps the ring faster than 7:08?

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >7:08
          fake lap time

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ö/viet

            There's a video that proves it's real though

            the ring is a public road for tourists and locals except for official race events. as such, any car driven upon it during a public open session must conform. the fact that it's on the track during an open session is proof enough that it's legal.

            The viper that did 7:01 was on a closed track day iirc, if it was on a public open session then it was on a 6 month temporary registry, so the record only stood for those 6 months

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            nope sry, there's no video of an unmodified street legal production gtr lapping in 7;08.

            next?

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ó/viet

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          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >posts video of a modified non-street legal car
            2-0 🙂

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ó/viet

            That's has the Kit-A N-Attack option that was offered to customers and had dealership platea making it atreet legal

            BUT consider that the gtr is also not ULEZ approved, so its record is also disqualified. Was it even on german plates AND was it taxed and insured? I believe those have expired by now, so the point is moot.

            Huh? The nurburging isn't an ULEZ
            >Was it even on german plates AND was it taxed and insured?
            Yes, it had dealership platea

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >making it street legal
            Nope
            3-0

            next? 😀

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ò/viet

            that only applies to japan and the burgerking isn't in japan, Prez/poo/.

            >Nope
            Yes
            >But the car is no longer atreet legal, it was only the faster street legal car for 6 months, the time it was registered as a temporary import.
            The time is still valid, you're just a weeblet.
            [...]
            >red letter plates
            Used if the vehicle isn't street legal but has to be driven anyway.
            [...]
            >The viper that did 7:01 was on a closed track day iirc,
            It did, ergo your entire point is bullshit
            [...]
            >So the record only stood for 6 months then.
            >The viper is no longer street legal so it's no longer relevant to the discussion
            A record set is a record set. You being an autistic homosexual over license plates doesn't suddenly make it not a legitimate lap time

            >Yes
            Nope
            >The time is still valid, you're just a weeblet.
            No GERMan or any other person can buy a Viper and drive it on the street with the same trim as the Vipers that lapped the ring, only for 6 months, so they might have a Viper that is faster than the GTR for 6 months after purchase at best, after that, they will be forced to import another one to use american plates like the one that lapped the ring

            >Used if the vehicle isn't street legal but has to be driven anyway.
            making it street legal.
            >It did, ergo your entire point is bullshit
            so it was on a closed track day? because that would prove my point, it didn't do it on street legal trim.
            >A record set is a record set.
            that's literally not how it works.
            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_discontinued_Guinness_World_Records

            >Yes, it had dealership platea
            Ah so it wasn't street legal for more than was it 12 hours, making the record valid only for that time

            huh? a car with Dealership plates is street legal as long as it has them, you know, like every other car with regular plates

            Saved. Frick this picture is more American than deep fried turducken.

            yeah it's a great one, have this one, i like it a lot too

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >Nope
            Yes
            >No GERMan or any other person can buy a Viper and drive it on the street with the same trim as the Vipers that lapped the ring, only for 6 months, so they might have a Viper that is faster than the GTR for 6 months after purchase at best, after that, they will be forced to import another one to use american plates like the one that lapped the ring
            See here

            https://i.imgur.com/0yTu8Nt.jpeg

            Clearly the Alabama plate on this 917 makes it not street legal. Also, the Viper absolutely can be registered/titled in the EU: https://youtu.be/Xob4MsSMMJ4

            and this video: https://youtu.be/2zq74zcSnPc
            >making it street legal.
            That's not how it works. Throwing red letter plates on a non-street legal car doesn't make it street legal.
            >so it was on a closed track day?
            Yes, the short documentary done on the attempt specifically mentions they rented the track for each run.
            >because that would prove my point, it didn't do it on street legal trim.
            The Viper ACR used is 100% street legal, you don't need to import one every 6 months.
            >that's literally not how it works.
            >https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_discontinued_Guinness_World_Records
            Guinness records are meaningless.
            >huh? a car with Dealership plates is street legal as long as it has them, you know, like every other car with regular plates
            See earlier point.

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ò/viet

            >

            https://i.imgur.com/0yTu8Nt.jpeg

            Clearly the Alabama plate on this 917 makes it not street legal. Also, the Viper absolutely can be registered/titled in the EU: https://youtu.be/Xob4MsSMMJ4
            not a viper

            not the viper that lapped the ring
            >That's not how it works. Throwing red letter plates on a non-street legal car doesn't make it street legal.
            that's literally how german law works
            >Yes, the short documentary done on the attempt specifically mentions they rented the track for each run.
            so it wasn't street legal
            >The Viper ACR used is 100% street legal, you don't need to import one every 6 months.
            no it isn't, you just stated temporary import only lasts for 6 months

            https://i.imgur.com/EjP44UA.jpeg

            >that only applies to japan and the burgerking isn't in japan, g/o/d

            still doesn't explain why it's so slow

            >p
            That's better, you don't have to hide behind Anonymous, Don't you want people to know S/o/viet has been baiting you for years.?

          • 3 weeks ago
            Daddy p

            >"ARGH!! EVERY ANON WHO PUSHES MY SHIT IN IS PREZ//O//!!1

            u feelin ok, bro?

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ò/viet

            You literally put your name on buddy.

            >not a viper
            The video you fricking moron.
            >not the viper that lapped the ring
            No shit, it's one that was imported and registered in the UK.
            >that's literally how german law works
            No. Red letter plates don't make a non-compliant car street legal.
            >so it wasnt street legal
            It was and still is. You're just continuing to be a moron about this.
            >no it isn't, you just stated temporary import only lasts for 6 months
            It's still a street legal car.

            > it's one that was imported and registered in the UK.
            There are many GTR N-Attacks registered all over Europe, does that make the N-Attack street legal then?
            >Red letter plates don't make a non-compliant car street legal.
            How come it can be driven in the street then?
            >It was and still is.
            >still is
            no it isn't, permit lasts for 6 months
            >It's still a street legal car.
            No, temporary import permit lasts 6 months, it says so in the name, it is temporarely street legal.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >it is temporarely street legal.
            it was street legal at the time the record was set, which is the only feasible way to keep records without cars being invalidated by increasingly strict european emissions laws

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ö/viet

            Eurocucks being cucks doesn't excuse the fact that the viper is not street legal, when the whole of yurop is a communist shithole (>implying it isn't) and no GTR can be driven on any street, then the GTR record will face the same result as the viper one

            as of right now, the viper isn't street legal in the config it was to set a record while the GTR is.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >There are many GTR N-Attacks registered all over Europe, does that make the N-Attack street legal then?
            The specific N-Attack used in the attempt had parts that made it not street legal. Per Nissan themselves the hood gurney and 6-point harness are not street legal parts. Also, what N-Attacks in Europe?
            >How come it can be driven in the street then?
            Red letter plates are effectively exemptions to the current rego system, and as such are highly controlled. You can't just take a red letter plate and apply it to a non-compliant car and drive it on the street.
            >no it isn't, permit lasts for 6 months
            That doesn't nullify the record you spastic monkey
            >No, temporary import permit lasts 6 months, it says so in the name, it is temporarely street legal.
            The Viper that was used was a regular production ACR-E that you could buy from a dealership and register it for street driving. It's street legal.

            Eurocucks being cucks doesn't excuse the fact that the viper is not street legal, when the whole of yurop is a communist shithole (>implying it isn't) and no GTR can be driven on any street, then the GTR record will face the same result as the viper one

            as of right now, the viper isn't street legal in the config it was to set a record while the GTR is.

            >Eurocucks being cucks doesn't excuse the fact that the viper is not street legal
            Except it is.
            >as of right now, the viper isn't street legal in the config it was to set a record while the GTR is.
            The GT-R was not, per Nissan themselves.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >had parts that made it not street legal. P
            Yet there are customer Kit-A N-attack Nismo GTRs driving on european streets with those same parts and the specific Kit A N-attack Nismo GTR nissan used to set a laptime had dealership plates that according to German law allow Nissan ti drive it on the street

            >Per Nissan themselves the hood gurney and 6-point harness are not street legal parts.
            In Japan only, which is ironic because there are Kit- A N-Attack Nismo GTRs driving on the streets of Japan.
            https://prestigemotorsport.com.au/500000-2016-nissan-r35-gt-r-nismo-n-attack-package/
            https://www.autogespot.com/nissan-gt-r-2016-nismo-n-attack-package/2018/05/06
            https://gtr-registry.com/en-r35-nismo-n-attack-for-gtr-nismo-my17.php

            > what N-Attacks in Europe?

            > You can't just take a red letter plate and apply it to a non-compliant car and drive it on the street
            Yet Nissan does? How come Nissan can drive these cars on German streets if they can't just bolt it to a car and drive on the street, Nissan uses the same BN 05123 on different cars to be able to drive them on the streets, more importantly, how come a red dealership plates doesn't invalidate the record of other car manufacturers, and how come Chevrolet and the people who crowdfunded the Viper didn't even have German plates on their cars?

            >The Viper that was used was a regular production ACR-E that you could buy from a dealership and register it for street driving.
            The one that set the laptime of 7:01 was on Texas plates, German law states cars should have front and rear German EU plates to be legally driven in the streets.

            >Except it is.
            Nope, only for 6 months according to this thread.

            >The GT-R was not, per Nissan themselves.
            >per Nissan themselves
            citation needed.

            sector times are not laps.

            true, the GT3 GTR has faster sector laptimes than any American car around the burgerking thoug.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >BN 05123
            061230*

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >the GT3 GTR has faster sector laptimes than any American car around the burgerking thoug.
            too bad it doesn't have faster lap times, which is why it could never win the nurburgring unlike american cars.

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ö/viet

            >which is why it could never win the nurburgring unlike american cars.
            The GTR has more championships that the Viper or the Corvette lolz

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            too bad none of them are on the nurburgring.

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ö/viet

            neither are any of the corvette/Viper lolz

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            the Viper has 3 nurburgring wins. the GTR has zero.

            https://i.imgur.com/TqNfuhh.jpeg

            Not the Phase VX I/GT3, moron.

            holy frick, you are getting pwned so hard tonight n00b lolz

            >Not the Phase VX I/GT3, r
            Not what your last post was talking about, but nice goalpost shift.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            too bad none of them are on the nurburgring.

            also, the viper has 24 drivers championships and 23 teams championships so that's not even true, KEK.

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ö/viet

            Not the Phase VX I/GT3, moron.

            holy frick, you are getting pwned so hard tonight n00b lolz

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >Nismo GTR nissan used to set a laptime had dealership plates that according to German law allow Nissan ti drive it on the street
            For up to 72 hours. So it wasn't street legal then just like the viper wasn't

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ö/viet

            >For up to 72 hours.
            how come Nissan has been using the same license plate since the mid 00's then?

            https://i.imgur.com/eQPxRZ0.jpeg

            You literally put your name on buddy.

            [...]
            > it's one that was imported and registered in the UK.
            There are many GTR N-Attacks registered all over Europe, does that make the N-Attack street legal then?
            >Red letter plates don't make a non-compliant car street legal.
            How come it can be driven in the street then?
            >It was and still is.
            >still is
            no it isn't, permit lasts for 6 months
            >It's still a street legal car.
            No, temporary import permit lasts 6 months, it says so in the name, it is temporarely street legal.

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ö/viet

            kek meant to quote this

            https://i.imgur.com/XtQTCmT.jpeg

            >that's a zero
            kek, I swear it was a 3
            anyway, here's an R35 proto before 2007 with BN0123

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >Yet there are customer Kit-A N-attack Nismo GTRs driving on european streets with those same parts
            The A kit and B kit do not include the hood gurney and 6-point harnesses, those are extras. Those specific parts are competition only like I said before.
            >the specific Kit A N-attack Nismo GTR nissan used to set a laptime had dealership plates that according to German law allow Nissan ti drive it on the street
            Temporarily, with heavy restrictions. It's not the same as a regular plate nor can they just go anywhere with it.
            >In Japan only, which is ironic because there are Kit- A N-Attack Nismo GTRs driving on the streets of Japan.
            Without those parts, or are listed for sale.

            A single UK example is not "many N-Attacks all over Europe"
            >Yet Nissan does? How come Nissan can drive these cars on German streets if they can't just bolt it to a car and drive on the street,
            Because German law regulating the use of red letter 06 plates is highly strict. Mileage and time driven has to be logged and the logbook is checked every year.
            >Nissan uses the same BN 06123 on different cars to be able to drive them on the streets
            See above.
            > and how come Chevrolet and the people who crowdfunded the Viper didn't even have German plates on their cars?
            Because those cars were brought in on temporary imports. This is already established.
            >The one that set the laptime of 7:01 was on Texas plates, German law states cars should have front and rear German EU plates to be legally driven in the streets.
            Cite the law, and temporary imports allow you to drive on non-EU plates. Same thing is allowed in the US for non-US plates.
            >Nope, only for 6 months according to this thread.
            That doesn't invalidate the record.
            >citation needed.
            https://web.archive.org/web/20140221160307/http://www.nissan-global.com/EN/NEWS/2013/_STORY/131119-03-e.html
            Tested vehicle: Nissan GT-R Nismo with track options

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >Those specific parts are competition only like I said before
            That doesn't make something non-street legal. Every manufacturer sells seats and harnesses as "for competition use only" to cover liability in case of any accidents/injuries on public roads because of those products.
            Even steering wheel manufacturers say steering wheels are for competition use only.
            If you want to play this card, and die on this hill, then ALL GM lap times are invalidated because they run with cages and harnesses, which are "only for competition use".

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            the GM laptime that did 7:13 is not invalidated because it was 100% a dealer spec vehicle and sport auto won't test non street legal cars.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >not a viper
            The video you fricking moron.
            >not the viper that lapped the ring
            No shit, it's one that was imported and registered in the UK.
            >that's literally how german law works
            No. Red letter plates don't make a non-compliant car street legal.
            >so it wasnt street legal
            It was and still is. You're just continuing to be a moron about this.
            >no it isn't, you just stated temporary import only lasts for 6 months
            It's still a street legal car.

          • 3 weeks ago
            p

            >that only applies to japan and the burgerking isn't in japan, g/o/d

            still doesn't explain why it's so slow

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >a car with Dealership plates is street legal as long as it has them
            12 hours maximum, then the plates need to be "rewritten" for another 12 hours. Just like test or transportation plates, except the latter are valid for usually 24 hours unless you can give a valid reason why you need them for a longer time, longer time being I think 72 hours tops.

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ò/viet

            Nissan has used the same dealership plates for decaes dude
            Here's an R34 with the BN 06123 dealership plate the N-Attack used to be street legal while lapping the ring.

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ò/viet

            >that's a zero
            kek, I swear it was a 3
            anyway, here's an R35 proto before 2007 with BN0123

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ò/viet

            and a CBA-R35 before release with the same plates

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >Yes, it had dealership platea
            Ah so it wasn't street legal for more than was it 12 hours, making the record valid only for that time

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    do you think theyll make a z-tune when the r35 is kill?

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      My real question is considering the Nismo was updated in 2021, why the frick haven't they taken it to nurburgring again?

      Viper yes, but there are no street legal /variants you can buy ofvettes or camaros that are faster around the ring

      https://www.autoevolution.com/news/true-story-of-what-happened-to-gm-s-nurburgring-record-attempt-in-the-2019-corvette-zr1-204913.html&ved=2ahUKEwiajJzu-OeGAxWu38kDHXobAtwQFnoECCsQAQ&usg=AOvVaw3oG0j8pSPF1rp1PdoIZ74M
      I might be reaching a bit.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >why the frick haven't they taken it to nurburgring again?
        It's not competitive anymore. The GT-R was a god killer back in the day, but Nissan sat on their laurels and kept hiking the price while the rest of the auto industry caught up with some seriously insane machines.

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    americans are only good at making drag cars, a car built for the track is out of their expertise

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >good at making drag cars
      Yes
      >a car built for the track is out of their ACK

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >sedan

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      FM platform is a sedan

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >FM platform is a sedan
        A platform is a platform, not a body style. This is why the Cadillac SRX is not a coupe.

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    [...]

    Doesn't matter, it's street legal

    • 3 weeks ago
      S/ö/viet

      Nope, not registered for road use with german front plates

      you might legitimately be the biggest homosexual ive ever seen post

      cope

      • 3 weeks ago
        soviet is a fucking retard

        Doesn't matter. It's street legal

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Nope, no German street legal plates

          • 3 weeks ago
            soviet is a fucking retard

            So you're saying it's street legal, gotcha

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ö/viet

            see

            >it's street legal
            not in Germany, where the nurburgring is located

          • 3 weeks ago
            soviet is a fucking retard

            So it's street legal

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ö/viet

            No, it cannot be driven on public German roads

          • 3 weeks ago
            soviet is a fucking retard

            It can and has, meanwhile your precious N(igger)-Attack can't.

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ö/viet

            No street legal viper has ever lapped the ring faster than the GTR

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            That's wrong.

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ö/viet

            Post a viper that has done so then

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            See

            https://i.imgur.com/m6XU7iO.jpeg

            No it isn't moronic homosexual, the Viper that lapped the ring was on Texas plates, it couldn't be driven in the streets in Germany.

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ö/viet

            >No german plates
            >no front plate which spoils aerodynamics
            not street legal in germany bro, sorry

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I didn't realize germany was the only country in the world

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ö/viet

            it's the only country in the world with a burgerking.

            Prezo Derangement Syndrome

            Prezo has S/o/viet derangement syndrome though

            https://i.imgur.com/jI56hNU.jpeg

            So you're saying it's street legal

            Not in Germany, where the burgerking is located

            Relevant tracks only, sweetie.

            >2022 Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing, 2:49.4
            >2015 Nissan GT-R NISMO, 2:49.4

            the burgerkin is the benchmark according to GM

            It's street legal in non-homosexual countries that won't stop existing by the end of the century.

            sadly the burgerking is in a homosexual eurocuck country

            It's legal to drive with a US plate in Europe up to 6 months on a temporary import. Keep seething, weeblet

            so the viper was faster than the GTR for 6 months only then.

          • 3 weeks ago
            soyviet is a triple nigger

            >Not in Germany, where the burgerking is located
            So it's street legal there, gotcha.
            >so the viper was faster than the GTR for 6 months only then.
            A 7:01 time from a titled/registered/insured street legal car is still a 7:01 time. You being a salty weeblet gaylet Black person doesn't make the GT-R N-Attack street legal or quicker around the Nordschleife.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            He knows that. He just wants attention, and you're giving it to him.

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ö/viet

            It's not my problem some moronic GM Black person sperg had a fricking meltdown on the RIP GTR thread over the fact that the GTR N-Attack is street legal and ended up helping me realize the viper (and every corvette aswell) wasn't actually street legal according to his own standars

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ô/viet

            Also, the N-Attack is street legal, it had dealership front and rear plates when it set the record.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Is it possible to change lanes without indicating?

          • 3 weeks ago
            soviet is a fucking retard nigger

            So you're saying it's street legal

          • 3 weeks ago
            soyviet is a double retard

            It's legal to drive with a US plate in Europe up to 6 months on a temporary import. Keep seething, weeblet

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            the ring is a public road for tourists and locals except for official race events. as such, any car driven upon it during a public open session must conform. the fact that it's on the track during an open session is proof enough that it's legal.

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Fite me bro!

    t. street legal in Tokyo

  8. 3 weeks ago
    soviet is a double nigger

    it:t seething weeblet cope

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Prezo Derangement Syndrome

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Relevant tracks only, sweetie.

    >2022 Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing, 2:49.4
    >2015 Nissan GT-R NISMO, 2:49.4

  11. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >anything made by Americans
    Nah the Viper was a lot faster, as were a couple Corvettes and Camaros. Fun fact that I'm not sure if anyone has mentioned yet, but they're all street legal too even though that information is not relevant in this context or even mentioned as a qualifying condition in the OP.

    • 3 weeks ago
      S/ö/viet

      that has been deboonked though

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      yeah they're nuts. i see those things driving around all the time, crazy how cars that fast can be street legal but here we are.

  12. 3 weeks ago
    S/ö/viet

    prezo and the corvette bullied me so hard that now i have a complex over both of them 🙁

  13. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >sedan
    Stop using words beyond your comprehension.

    • 3 weeks ago
      S/ô/viet

      See

      https://i.imgur.com/8N9z6v1.jpeg

      FM platform is a sedan

      prezo and the corvette bullied me so hard that now i have a complex over both of them 🙁

      See

      https://i.imgur.com/dTFvHSE.png

      it's the only country in the world with a burgerking.

      [...]
      Prezo has S/o/viet derangement syndrome though

      [...]
      Not in Germany, where the burgerking is located

      [...]
      the burgerkin is the benchmark according to GM

      [...]
      sadly the burgerking is in a homosexual eurocuck country

      [...]
      so the viper was faster than the GTR for 6 months only then.

      Prez/poo/ has Soviet Derangement Syndrome

      https://i.imgur.com/FVu5pvj.jpeg

      >Not in Germany, where the burgerking is located
      So it's street legal there, gotcha.
      >so the viper was faster than the GTR for 6 months only then.
      A 7:01 time from a titled/registered/insured street legal car is still a 7:01 time. You being a salty weeblet gaylet Black person doesn't make the GT-R N-Attack street legal or quicker around the Nordschleife.

      >So it's street legal there
      Nope
      >A 7:01 time from a titled/registered/insured street legal car is still a 7:01 time
      But the car is no longer atreet legal, it was only the faster street legal car for 6 months, the time it was registered as a temporary import.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Nope
        Yes
        >But the car is no longer atreet legal, it was only the faster street legal car for 6 months, the time it was registered as a temporary import.
        The time is still valid, you're just a weeblet.

        Also, the N-Attack is street legal, it had dealership front and rear plates when it set the record.

        >red letter plates
        Used if the vehicle isn't street legal but has to be driven anyway.

        There's a video that proves it's real though
        [...]
        The viper that did 7:01 was on a closed track day iirc, if it was on a public open session then it was on a 6 month temporary registry, so the record only stood for those 6 months

        >The viper that did 7:01 was on a closed track day iirc,
        It did, ergo your entire point is bullshit

        >Up to 6 months
        So the record only stood for 6 months then.
        The viper is no longer street legal so it's no longer relevant to the discussion

        >So the record only stood for 6 months then.
        >The viper is no longer street legal so it's no longer relevant to the discussion
        A record set is a record set. You being an autistic homosexual over license plates doesn't suddenly make it not a legitimate lap time

  14. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    because it has really good traction out of corners

  15. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    how come a decade year old 1700kg aussie sedan drove by a fat wog and a asiatic pootuber shits on your nerdgburgerwang crap with a 22yo i6 4ltr truck motor?

    Really makes me think and you seethe LOL

  16. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    yeah but who cares

  17. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Reminder that the NISMO GT3 laps the ring (excluding GP section) in the 6:40s.
    And that's race pace, maintaining tires/fuel/brakes. It's even faster when running qualifying times.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >zero recorded list anywhere on the internet for this
      reminder that theoretical lap times are not lap times.

      • 3 weeks ago
        S/ö/viet

        sector times are recorded though

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          sector times are not laps.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Sector laptimes are more important information than overall laptimes during racing

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            There is no such thing as a "sector lap time" because they aren't laps by definition. if they were important information, they'd be listed everywhere, they aren't, however. only lap times are.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >they'd be listed everywhere
            they are listed everywhere when racing, sector laptimes are how final laptimes are determined when racing.

            >Sector laptimes are more important information than overall laptimes during racing
            yeah they matter a lot right up until the end of the race where everyone looks at the actual final lap times to figure out who won

            They don't look at 'final lap times', they look at the total sum of sectors, there isn't a single timing device that laps a whole laptime, they just add the sum of sectors

            moron.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >sector laptimes from cars going outside the north loop are how final laptimes are calculated inside the north loop
            again, if this is the case, why isn't there a single GTR lap time of the north loop of this supposed 6:40 anywhere on the internet?

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ö/viet

            Nobody races the Northloop in GT3, we are talking REAL racing here.

            the Viper has 3 nurburgring wins. the GTR has zero.
            [...]
            >Not the Phase VX I/GT3, r
            Not what your last post was talking about, but nice goalpost shift.

            >3
            KEK NO

            >Not what your last post was talking about
            Umm, the viper I am talking about is the ACR that was crowdfunded to lap the ring, and that is a VX I

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >Nobody races the Northloop in GT3,
            except they do, and there are lap times recorded for it.
            >>3
            >KEK NO
            moron has never looked at the 24 hour nurburgring wiki page. list the viper as having won 3 times.
            >Umm, i forgot how successful the viper actually was in motorsports, and upon getting BTFO, i promptly moved the goalpost from "viper" to "this specific viper"
            yea, i can tell.

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ö/viet

            >except they do
            people also race bycicles, nody cares about spoon and egg races.
            >list the viper as having won 3 times.
            Wrong

            https://i.imgur.com/5Q70PQ9.jpeg

            KEK YOU KNOW REMEMBER THE VIPER WAS DISQUALIFIED FOR CHEATING

            THE VIPER HAS NEVER BEAT THE GTR (M3) AROUND THE RING

            KEEEEEEEEEEK

            >yea, i can tell.
            https://fastestlaps.com/tests/n6lupub8ibnm
            >8:10
            lol slower than an R34 and R33 GTR

          • 3 weeks ago
            civil engineering stud

            >spoon and egg races.
            ahh a worthy carrier of alphonse's torch I see

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ö/viet

            he nailed that phrase ngl.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >Sector laptimes are more important information than overall laptimes during racing
            yeah they matter a lot right up until the end of the race where everyone looks at the actual final lap times to figure out who won

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            They are when they are consistent and can be averaged out over 12 hours of racing, lmfao.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            weird how they aren't listed anywhere if they're supposedly laptimes.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Because bench racers don't watch actual racing

            the GM laptime that did 7:13 is not invalidated because it was 100% a dealer spec vehicle and sport auto won't test non street legal cars.

            Prove it

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >tells me to prove a listed time
            >his response to the non existed GTR time is "well you just don't watch it"
            kek

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Prove the car didn't have any alterations
            Post a video of the lap time

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Prove the N attack GTR didn't have any alterations, first. show me the car being dyno'd making its advertised horsepower before it does its lap. id trust Sport Auto, a third party, over nigsan and their own test that they have a vested interest in.

  18. 3 weeks ago
    S/ó/viet

    >Faster laptime than any Street Legal Production American car around the burgerking.
    >Faster sector laptimes than any American race car around the burgerking.

    The legendary badge of invinsibility.

  19. 3 weeks ago
    S/ö/viet

    KEK YOU KNOW REMEMBER THE VIPER WAS DISQUALIFIED FOR CHEATING

    THE VIPER HAS NEVER BEAT THE GTR (M3) AROUND THE RING

    KEEEEEEEEEEK

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      https://i.imgur.com/7hdH46v.jpeg

      >except they do
      people also race bycicles, nody cares about spoon and egg races.
      >list the viper as having won 3 times.
      Wrong [...]
      >yea, i can tell.
      https://fastestlaps.com/tests/n6lupub8ibnm
      >8:10
      lol slower than an R34 and R33 GTR

      >list only starts in 2000
      >doesn't show the 99 race the viper also won
      this is low quality bait. alphonse tier. you are better than this.

      • 3 weeks ago
        S/ö/viet

        Oh wait it is true
        https://www.racingsportscars.com/race/Nurburgring-1999-06-06.html
        https://www.racingsportscars.com/photo/Nurburgring-1999-06-06.html?sort=Results
        I made a mistake, I kneel.

  20. 3 weeks ago
    S/ö/viet

    >"UMM ACTUALLY I WAS TALKING ABOUT THE SR II VIPER!!!"
    >you mean the one that is slower than the R33 and R34 GTR?
    >"AAAAAARGH S/o/VIET I WILL GET YOU ONE DAY!!!111ONE."

    calling this right now.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      What R34 and R33 does 7:20?

      • 3 weeks ago
        S/ö/viet

        Not production/street legal

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          i knew that cope was coming.

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ö/viet

            you mean this cope?

            >Yet there are customer Kit-A N-attack Nismo GTRs driving on european streets with those same parts
            The A kit and B kit do not include the hood gurney and 6-point harnesses, those are extras. Those specific parts are competition only like I said before.
            >the specific Kit A N-attack Nismo GTR nissan used to set a laptime had dealership plates that according to German law allow Nissan ti drive it on the street
            Temporarily, with heavy restrictions. It's not the same as a regular plate nor can they just go anywhere with it.
            >In Japan only, which is ironic because there are Kit- A N-Attack Nismo GTRs driving on the streets of Japan.
            Without those parts, or are listed for sale.

            A single UK example is not "many N-Attacks all over Europe"
            >Yet Nissan does? How come Nissan can drive these cars on German streets if they can't just bolt it to a car and drive on the street,
            Because German law regulating the use of red letter 06 plates is highly strict. Mileage and time driven has to be logged and the logbook is checked every year.
            >Nissan uses the same BN 06123 on different cars to be able to drive them on the streets
            See above.
            > and how come Chevrolet and the people who crowdfunded the Viper didn't even have German plates on their cars?
            Because those cars were brought in on temporary imports. This is already established.
            >The one that set the laptime of 7:01 was on Texas plates, German law states cars should have front and rear German EU plates to be legally driven in the streets.
            Cite the law, and temporary imports allow you to drive on non-EU plates. Same thing is allowed in the US for non-US plates.
            >Nope, only for 6 months according to this thread.
            That doesn't invalidate the record.
            >citation needed.
            https://web.archive.org/web/20140221160307/http://www.nissan-global.com/EN/NEWS/2013/_STORY/131119-03-e.html
            Tested vehicle: Nissan GT-R Nismo with track options

            >The A kit and B kit do not include the hood gurney and 6-point harnesses, those are extras.
            The Video and photos I provided show customer Kit-A N-attack cars with the optional gurney flap.
            >Temporarily, with heavy restrictions. It's not the same as a regular plate nor can they just go anywhere with it.
            *citation needed*
            >Without those parts, or are listed for sale.
            nope
            >A single UK example is not "many N-Attacks all over Europe"
            So you accept there is a customer Kit-A N-attack GTR Nismo optioned with the hood gurney flap driving on the street.
            >Because German law regulating the use of red letter 06 plates is highly strict. Mileage and time driven has to be logged and the logbook is checked every year.
            And?
            >Because those cars were brought in on temporary imports. This is already established.
            Temporary imports last 6 months according to this thread, so they were only street legal for 6 months, therefore their record only stands for 6 months as they are no longer street legal.
            >Cite the law
            kek that's rich from someone that has never cited German law despite obsessively claiming the GTR isn't street legal.
            >That doesn't invalidate the record.
            You can't drive a viper in the same spec as the one that did the record for more than 6 months. After 6 months, the car is no longer street legal.
            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vehicle_registration_plates_of_Germany
            >All motorized vehicles participating in road traffic on public space, whether moving or stationary, have to bear the plates allotted to them, displayed at the appropriate spaces at the front and rear.

            >https://web.archive.org/web/20140221160307/http://www.nissan-global.com/EN/NEWS/2013/_STORY/131119-03-e.html
            Nowehre is Nissan stating that the track options aren't street legal.
            They are stating the following though
            >With this lap time, we can authoritatively say that the 2014 Nissan GT-R Nismo*2 holds the volume production car lap record at the Nordschleife...

          • 3 weeks ago
            civil engineering stud

            The car was street legal at the time of testing, cope more with your fake records weebcel

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ö/viet

            >PozzedThrottle
            https://www.carthrottle.com/news/brief-rant-about-homophobia-car-community

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Not an argument, even a pozzed clock is right twice a day

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ö/viet

            The CarThrottle article doesn't even have a single valid argument in the first place kek

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >The Video and photos I provided show customer Kit-A N-attack cars with the optional gurney flap.
            Installing it after the fact doesn't change that the part is competition only.
            >*citation needed*
            https://www.bgbl.de/xaver/bgbl/start.xav?start=//*%5B@attr_id=%27bgbl111s0139.pdf%27%5D
            Page 149, section 16 part 3
            >nope
            Yes. The ones listed on GTR Registry are missing the gurney and harnesses.
            >And?
            See document linked above
            >Temporary imports last 6 months according to this thread, so they were only street legal for 6 months, therefore their record only stands for 6 months as they are no longer street legal.
            The car is street legal and the record still stands. Coping about how it's "only valid for 6 months" doesn't change that fact
            >kek that's rich from someone that has never cited German law despite obsessively claiming the GTR isn't street legal.
            Says the homosexual who doesn't understand how German plates work.
            >You can't drive a viper in the same spec as the one that did the record for more than 6 months. After 6 months, the car is no longer street legal.
            Yes, you can. https://youtu.be/Xob4MsSMMJ4
            https://www.autogespot.ca/index.php/en/srt-2016-viper-acr-extreme/2020/07/09
            https://www.autogespot.ca/index.php/en/srt-2016-viper-acr-extreme/2023/12/26
            https://www.autogespot.ca/index.php/en/srt-2016-viper-acr-extreme/2023/01/01
            >Nowehre is Nissan stating that the track options aren't street legal.
            https://gtr-registry.com/images/r35/nattack15/brochure2.jpg
            "(注4)サーキット用オプションパーツです。保安基準適合外ですので、公道走行時には装着できません。"
            Note 4: This is an optional part for circuits. Since it does not comply with safety standards, it cannot be used while driving on public roads.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >Installing it after the fact doesn't change that the part is competition only.
            kek nice cope, and projection, if it's competition only how come it is driving on the street after being installed by a dealer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G9poQEp_9bQ? The GTR was using stock parts offered by Nissan, unlike the Viper

            https://i.imgur.com/yGqUyk9.jpeg

            Ummm Vipersisters?!?! How come the "only for 6 month street legal" Viper was fitted with a lighter aftermarket seat, a welded rollcage and without the entire roof sound deadning trim? Vipersister our response?!?!?!

            >section 16 part 3
            lol, if you weren't STOOPID ass moron you'd realized I already cited (https://archive.4plebs.org/o/thread/27738671/#q27748394) Section 16 (3) of the Vehicle Registration Ordinance (FZV).
            https://www.global-regulation.com/translation/germany/386929/regulation-on-the-approval-of-vehicles-for-road-transport.html
            Nowhere does it state that it has "with heavy restrictions. It's not the same as a regular plate nor can they just go anywhere with it." as you stated here

            >Yet there are customer Kit-A N-attack Nismo GTRs driving on european streets with those same parts
            The A kit and B kit do not include the hood gurney and 6-point harnesses, those are extras. Those specific parts are competition only like I said before.
            >the specific Kit A N-attack Nismo GTR nissan used to set a laptime had dealership plates that according to German law allow Nissan ti drive it on the street
            Temporarily, with heavy restrictions. It's not the same as a regular plate nor can they just go anywhere with it.
            >In Japan only, which is ironic because there are Kit- A N-Attack Nismo GTRs driving on the streets of Japan.
            Without those parts, or are listed for sale.

            A single UK example is not "many N-Attacks all over Europe"
            >Yet Nissan does? How come Nissan can drive these cars on German streets if they can't just bolt it to a car and drive on the street,
            Because German law regulating the use of red letter 06 plates is highly strict. Mileage and time driven has to be logged and the logbook is checked every year.
            >Nissan uses the same BN 06123 on different cars to be able to drive them on the streets
            See above.
            > and how come Chevrolet and the people who crowdfunded the Viper didn't even have German plates on their cars?
            Because those cars were brought in on temporary imports. This is already established.
            >The one that set the laptime of 7:01 was on Texas plates, German law states cars should have front and rear German EU plates to be legally driven in the streets.
            Cite the law, and temporary imports allow you to drive on non-EU plates. Same thing is allowed in the US for non-US plates.
            >Nope, only for 6 months according to this thread.
            That doesn't invalidate the record.
            >citation needed.
            https://web.archive.org/web/20140221160307/http://www.nissan-global.com/EN/NEWS/2013/_STORY/131119-03-e.html
            Tested vehicle: Nissan GT-R Nismo with track options

            >Yes. The ones listed on GTR Registry are missing the gurney and harnesses.
            You are a fricking moronic chimp
            https://gtr-registry.com/forum/forum/admin-moderator-discussion/nissan-r35-gtr/6127-r35-081145-nismo-n-attack-a-kit
            >See document linked above
            Document linked above just proves the car was street legal with the dealership plates, moronic baboon.
            >The car is street legal and the record still stands.
            kek no, it needs front and rear EU plates to be street legal, see

            you mean this cope?
            [...]
            >The A kit and B kit do not include the hood gurney and 6-point harnesses, those are extras.
            The Video and photos I provided show customer Kit-A N-attack cars with the optional gurney flap.
            >Temporarily, with heavy restrictions. It's not the same as a regular plate nor can they just go anywhere with it.
            *citation needed*
            >Without those parts, or are listed for sale.
            nope
            >A single UK example is not "many N-Attacks all over Europe"
            So you accept there is a customer Kit-A N-attack GTR Nismo optioned with the hood gurney flap driving on the street.
            >Because German law regulating the use of red letter 06 plates is highly strict. Mileage and time driven has to be logged and the logbook is checked every year.
            And?
            >Because those cars were brought in on temporary imports. This is already established.
            Temporary imports last 6 months according to this thread, so they were only street legal for 6 months, therefore their record only stands for 6 months as they are no longer street legal.
            >Cite the law
            kek that's rich from someone that has never cited German law despite obsessively claiming the GTR isn't street legal.
            >That doesn't invalidate the record.
            You can't drive a viper in the same spec as the one that did the record for more than 6 months. After 6 months, the car is no longer street legal.
            https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vehicle_registration_plates_of_Germany
            >All motorized vehicles participating in road traffic on public space, whether moving or stationary, have to bear the plates allotted to them, displayed at the appropriate spaces at the front and rear.

            >https://web.archive.org/web/20140221160307/http://www.nissan-global.com/EN/NEWS/2013/_STORY/131119-03-e.html
            Nowehre is Nissan stating that the track options aren't street legal.
            They are stating the following though
            >With this lap time, we can authoritatively say that the 2014 Nissan GT-R Nismo*2 holds the volume production car lap record at the Nordschleife...

            >Coping about how it's "only valid for 6 months"
            Not only is it invalid because it wasn't a street legal Car, but it wasn't production spec kek

            https://i.imgur.com/yGqUyk9.jpeg

            Ummm Vipersisters?!?! How come the "only for 6 month street legal" Viper was fitted with a lighter aftermarket seat, a welded rollcage and without the entire roof sound deadning trim? Vipersister our response?!?!?!

            >Says the homosexual who doesn't understand how German plates work.
            I quoted the German law you are citing today yesterday, moronic chimp Black person
            >Yes, you can.
            None of those Vipers have RaceTech aftermarket seats, the headliner removed and https://www.autogespot.ca/index.php/en/srt-2016-viper-acr-extreme/2023/01/01 has am European front license plate, which the cars that lapped the ring did not have.

            kek, you are fricking moronic.

          • 3 weeks ago
            S/ö/viet

            >Note 4: This is an optional part for circuits. Since it does not comply with safety standards, it cannot be used while driving on public roads.
            Yet you can see a GTR driving on the street with those parts installed here.

            fricking stupid chimp baboon kek

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >kek nice cope, and projection, if it's competition only how come it is driving on the street after being installed by a dealer
            JR Motorsports does the N-Attack installs for the UK, they're not "a dealership".
            >lol, if you weren't STOOPID ass moron you'd realized I already cited (https://archive.4plebs.org/o/thread/27738671/#q27748394) Section 16 (3) of the Vehicle Registration Ordinance (FZV).
            https://www.global-regulation.com/translation/germany/386929/regulation-on-the-approval-of-vehicles-for-road-transport.html
            >Nowhere does it state that it has "with heavy restrictions. It's not the same as a regular plate nor can they just go anywhere with it." as you stated here.
            See image, it's as I described you absolute fricking numpty.
            >You are a fricking moronic chimp
            >https://gtr-registry.com/forum/forum/admin-moderator-discussion/nissan-r35-gtr/6127-r35-081145-nismo-n-attack-a-kit
            Listed as for sale. STOOPID, to use your words.
            >Document linked above just proves the car was street legal with the dealership plates, moronic baboon.
            It does not.
            >kek no, it needs front and rear EU plates to be street legal
            A US-titled car needs EU plates to be street legal? STOOPID.
            >Not only is it invalid because it wasn't a street legal Car, but it wasn't production spec kek
            It is. The two Vipers used were direct off the showroom floor. A cage and race bucket seat being installed for safety doesn't invalidate that.
            >I quoted the German law you are citing today yesterday, moronic chimp Black person
            You quoted a website that didn't even agree with you, I cited the actual law.
            >None of those Vipers have RaceTech aftermarket seats, the headliner removed and https://www.autogespot.ca/index.php/en/srt-2016-viper-acr-extreme/2023/01/01 has am European front license plate, which the cars that lapped the ring did not have.
            It's still a full production, 100% street legal car. It not having Yuro plates doesn't change that.
            >kek, you are fricking moronic.
            Pot calling the kettle black

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            You are Anonymous, you can concede that S/ö/viet is right and keep on with your life and nobody will know.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >implying that a namegay is right

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            This is why people should lurk before posting. The namegay you have kept feeding replies has been shitting up the board for 10 years at this point and we don't have mods. Stop fricking replying.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >A cage and race bucket seat being installed for safety doesn't invalidate that
            But somehow a harness and a little bit if aero does? Curious double standard you have here.

  21. 3 weeks ago
    civil engineering stud

    That's a coupe, also Nurburgring is rightful FCA clay with the Dodge Viper ACR and the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio.
    I don't care about what came after those records because it's a given that Porsche cheated.

  22. 3 weeks ago
    Daddy p

    in case newbies are wondering, here's the OC shitpost that has made op seethe for a decade (and counting lol)

    • 3 weeks ago
      S/ö/viet

      https://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/a15126395/2010-dodge-viper-srt10-acr-x-first-drive-review/
      >not street legal
      lol

      • 3 weeks ago
        Daddy p

        yes, just like that

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      i'm pretty sure he's buck broken because i said a C6 was faster than any listed GTR laptime around the ring (it is). and i tried to take away his "street legal/production" cope. this

      >Yet there are customer Kit-A N-attack Nismo GTRs driving on european streets with those same parts
      The A kit and B kit do not include the hood gurney and 6-point harnesses, those are extras. Those specific parts are competition only like I said before.
      >the specific Kit A N-attack Nismo GTR nissan used to set a laptime had dealership plates that according to German law allow Nissan ti drive it on the street
      Temporarily, with heavy restrictions. It's not the same as a regular plate nor can they just go anywhere with it.
      >In Japan only, which is ironic because there are Kit- A N-Attack Nismo GTRs driving on the streets of Japan.
      Without those parts, or are listed for sale.

      A single UK example is not "many N-Attacks all over Europe"
      >Yet Nissan does? How come Nissan can drive these cars on German streets if they can't just bolt it to a car and drive on the street,
      Because German law regulating the use of red letter 06 plates is highly strict. Mileage and time driven has to be logged and the logbook is checked every year.
      >Nissan uses the same BN 06123 on different cars to be able to drive them on the streets
      See above.
      > and how come Chevrolet and the people who crowdfunded the Viper didn't even have German plates on their cars?
      Because those cars were brought in on temporary imports. This is already established.
      >The one that set the laptime of 7:01 was on Texas plates, German law states cars should have front and rear German EU plates to be legally driven in the streets.
      Cite the law, and temporary imports allow you to drive on non-EU plates. Same thing is allowed in the US for non-US plates.
      >Nope, only for 6 months according to this thread.
      That doesn't invalidate the record.
      >citation needed.
      https://web.archive.org/web/20140221160307/http://www.nissan-global.com/EN/NEWS/2013/_STORY/131119-03-e.html
      Tested vehicle: Nissan GT-R Nismo with track options

      guy isn't even me.

      • 3 weeks ago
        S/ö/viet

        >this

        >Yet there are customer Kit-A N-attack Nismo GTRs driving on european streets with those same parts


        The A kit and B kit do not include the hood gurney and 6-point harnesses, those are extras. Those specific parts are competition only like I said before.
        >the specific Kit A N-attack Nismo GTR nissan used to set a laptime had dealership plates that according to German law allow Nissan ti drive it on the street
        Temporarily, with heavy restrictions. It's not the same as a regular plate nor can they just go anywhere with it.
        >In Japan only, which is ironic because there are Kit- A N-Attack Nismo GTRs driving on the streets of Japan.
        Without those parts, or are listed for sale.

        A single UK example is not "many N-Attacks all over Europe"
        >Yet Nissan does? How come Nissan can drive these cars on German streets if they can't just bolt it to a car and drive on the street,
        Because German law regulating the use of red letter 06 plates is highly strict. Mileage and time driven has to be logged and the logbook is checked every year.
        >Nissan uses the same BN 06123 on different cars to be able to drive them on the streets
        See above.
        > and how come Chevrolet and the people who crowdfunded the Viper didn't even have German plates on their cars?
        Because those cars were brought in on temporary imports. This is already established.
        >The one that set the laptime of 7:01 was on Texas plates, German law states cars should have front and rear German EU plates to be legally driven in the streets.
        Cite the law, and temporary imports allow you to drive on non-EU plates. Same thing is allowed in the US for non-US plates.
        >Nope, only for 6 months according to this thread.
        That doesn't invalidate the record.
        >citation needed.
        https://web.archive.org/web/20140221160307/http://www.nissan-global.com/EN/NEWS/2013/_STORY/131119-03-e.html
        Tested vehicle: Nissan GT-R Nismo with track options guy isn't even me.

        KEK S/ö/viet putting multiple people on a chokehold as usual

      • 3 weeks ago
        civil engineering stud

        C7 was faster as well

  23. 3 weeks ago
    S/ö/viet

    Ummm Vipersisters?!?! How come the "only for 6 month street legal" Viper was fitted with a lighter aftermarket seat, a welded rollcage and without the entire roof sound deadning trim? Vipersister our response?!?!?!

  24. 3 weeks ago
    S/ö/viet

    >Provided evidence that dealership plates make a car legal
    >Provided evidence that Customer GTRs have the same options installed as the car Nissan tested
    >Proviced Evidence the Viper was modified and not in the same confirguration as street legal Vipers

    I will come back tomorrow to watch as the moron continues to sperg further because he must have his revenge against S/o/viet

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      evidence that dealership plates make a car legal
      As legal as the viper on texas plates, except the viper is legal for 6 months and the gtr only for 72 hours.

  25. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    holy shit, a thread that isn't leftypol ev shilling

  26. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    bump

  27. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    to think DA went nearly 14 seconds without a GTR vs. corvette thread THANK GOD i found this

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