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    Renault Megane R.S. Trophy-R Sets New Record On The Suzuka Circuit

    The MÉGANE R.S. TROPHY-R set a new record of 2’25’’454 (more than 3s better than the previous record) on the prestigious Suzuka circuit in Japan, after its against-the-clock reference time on the famous Nordschleife at Nürburgring and its record at Spa-Francorchamps as part of R.S. Days, broadcast live on YouTube and Facebook. It is a major success in this country, which has some 10,000 TROPHY-R and Renault Sport fans: at the end of September 2019, Japan...

    Bugatti broke the 300 mph barrier

    That didn't take long! A modified version of the Chiron hypercar wrote history today: it became the first production car to brake the 300 mph barrier. To be more precise: 304.773 mph (490.484 km/h)! The record was established on a test track in Germany. "What a record! We're overjoyed to be the first manufacturer ever to have achieved a speed of more than 300 miles per hour. It’s a milestone for...

    2020 Porsche Taycan is the fastest electric four-door at Nurburgring

    Lately it looks like we are seeing a new record at Nurburgring everyday Today is Porsche's turn to set new standards at the famous ring. Their upcoming Porsche Taycan became the fastest four-door, all-electric sports cars on the Nürburgring. The electric sedan managed to run the 20.6-kilometre course in just seven minutes and 42 seconds. Maybe this is not as impressive as the 5 minutes and 19.55 seconds record set with the Porsche...

    Lynk & Co 03 Cyan Concept breaks Nurburgring record

    Cyan Racing - or, Polestar as you probably knew it - has just broke two record at Nurburgring. Their latest Lynk & Co 03 Cyan Concept just became the fastest four-door car and the fastest front-wheel driven car in the world around the fearsome 21-kilometre Nordschleife circuit. With Thed Björk, the 2017 World Champion of touring car racing, behind the wheel the Cyan Concept lapped the famous circuit in 7 minutes and 20,143 seconds, averaging...

    Video: Volkswagen ID R sets new electric record on the Nürburgring

    Volkswagen has achieved another milestone in electro-mobility: The ID.R, powered by two electric motors, lapped the Nürburgring-Nordschleife in 6:05.336 minutes – faster than any electric vehicle before it. Romain Dumas (F) beat the previous record set by Peter Dumbreck (GB, NIO EP9) in 2017 by 40.564 seconds. With an average speed of 206.96 km/h, the ID.R once again underlined the impressive performance capabilities of Volkswagen’s electric drive. This...

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    The Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series Just Stole Lamborghini’s Nurburgring Record

    While it’s starting to get tiring to keep seeing headlights about new Nurburgring records, including Mercedes’ most recent made-up...

    The 2022 Honda Civic Has Evolved…With Audi DNA?

    One of the most controversial things about the current-gen Honda Civic is how it seemed to overcompensate with those...

    The 2022 Subaru BRZ Almost Hits All the Right Notes

    The most controversial thing about the current-gen Subaru BRZ (and the Toyota 86, for that matter) was the lack...