sport auto/AutoBild 0-300-0 km/h shoot-out

Discussion in 'Car Comparisons' started by ajzahn, Apr 16, 2008.

  1. "remarkable:
    the 991 GT2 RS is best on the brakes down from 300 km/h"

    6.49s - Lamborghini Murcielago LP670-4 SV
    6.59s - Gumpert Apollo Sport
    6.6.s - Porsche GT2 RS, 620 PS/1385 kg
     
  2. I think that the times of the AC Schnitzer ACS1 and the Cargraphic Porsche 997 GT3 RSC 4.0 are wrong.

    Also should be mentioned the time the Hohenester achieved with the old Audi V6 bi-turbo.


    Great Thread.
     
  3. aj, any word on when we could expect to see the Veyron SS get a shot?
     
  4. 4.3 s - Lingenfelter Z06 Twin Turbo, 1124 PS/1679 kg, 4.0 s - Hennessey Venom 1000 Twin Turbo, 1047 PS/1615 kg Surly this can't be right, the drivers can't handle the cars properly, these cars get from 0-100 in 2 seconds, not 4 and over
     
  5. 4.0 s - Corvette ZR1, 647 PS/1531 kg (sport auto 09/10) And this, wtf
     
  6. Any word on when they will stop increasing the HP, it's getting crazy now.
     
  7. Not a dragstrip surface. No roll-out.
    In 2007, R&T hired pro drive Steve Millen to drive the Venom 1000 Twin Turbo. His 0-60 was 4.3 seconds. In Car & Driver's 0-200-0 shootout, with the car's owner (a dragstrip and Texas Mile veteran) at the wheel, they got 3.9s. C&D adjusts for temperature and elevation while the German mags don't. For cars of this power, 0-60 is probably more of a test of surface traction than it is about power/wt.
    And don't call me Surly.
     
  8. But every time I've seen its time its been 2 secs, this is the first time I've seen these slow times, and I used to be odsessed with these cars, hell the standared srt10 viper gets these times.
     
  9. they only wish they can get to 100 in 2 seconds.
     
  10. Not on these types of surfaces, it doesn't. The SRT-10 tested at Nardo in 2008 took 4.5 seconds to get to 100 km/h. You are talking about corrected times in US mags with roll-out on a surface that may have been prepped with traction-enhancing compounds the race weekend before a mag test takes place. Some US mags have also lowered rear tire pressures on drag radials to aid in launching the cars, which is something the Euro mags definitely don't do.
     
  11. #111 ajzahn, Sep 2, 2010
    Last edited by a moderator: Apr 25, 2016
    From 0 to 300 and back to 0 - Papenburg

    From 0 to 300 and back to 0. The venue of this event: one of the world’s largest vehicle testing sites. In Papenburg, Germany.

    The participants: Bugatti, Porsche, Lamborghini, Mercedes SLS, BMW and more. A Who’s Who of the supercar sector.

    And the conclusion after this breathtaking event: Speed isn’t the only part of driving that’s fun.

    >>> http://www.news2use.tv/clip/2138
     
  12. oh ok
     
  13. Ming ming
     
  14. What?
     
  15. september 23th
    AMuS
    458, Gallardo SL, GT2 RS, SLS, Continental SS, Alpina bmw @ Nardò <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/smile.gif"></A>
     

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