Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by Mitchj, Jun 11, 2008.
Why don't you educate yourself more on the Nordschleife, rather than just opening your cum receptacle.
A full lap of the Nordschleife, bypassing the modern GP track, is 20.832 km (12.944 mi) long. Most laps are completed 200 metres (656 ft) shorter for safety reasons. Full uninterrupted flying laps can only be done in closed sessions and race events like Castrol-Haugg-Cup.
During the industry testing sessions in which sport auto records its "Supertest", the track can not be traveled at full speed past "Tribüne 13" (T13, grandstand 13) in order to allow safe access from the old exit/entrance there. Thus, sport auto Supertests cover only about 20.6 km (12.8 mi), which in average yields a 7 s shorter lap time compared to a full lap.
That's what it looked like at the end to me too, but the video does say that it was ran on standard tires.
that must make it true
iblue turns up here today to whine
no, no, I agree, I doubt the validity of it, but I'm curious if there is more information.
why is your pussy still sore?
What about yours? I see you neglected to reply to my post in the other thread.
wow, that driver took a lot of unconventional lines
Nobody races on street rubber.
Maybe that's why he won?