Lexus LFA Nürburgring Edition Laps Nordschleife in 7:14


Lexus LFA Nürburgring Edition

Some significant news broke today on Twitter — according to EVO writer Chris Harris & Lexus Europe, Lexus driver Akira Iida posted a 7:14 lap time of the Nürburgring Nordschleife in a LFA Nürburgring Edition — good enough for either the fourth or fifth all-time fastest lap on the famed German track in a production vehicle (the exact time has yet to be announced). Even more impressive, regardless of milliseconds, this is the fastest lap ever by a mainstream manufacturer.

More on this story as it develops, but in the meantime, here’s another video of Iida-san piloting the LFA around the Nürburgring with a passenger — NOTE: This is not the record setting lap:

Now just imagine shaving :22 off this lap — absolutely amazing achievement.

Update: Just received this comment by Maarten, who was attending the LFA driving event when this lap took place:

Mr. Iida- San has set this record on the full Nordschleife during a customer meeting with LF-A buyers held on wednesday 01.09. and thursday 02.09.2011.

The news was brought to Mr. Tanahashi – San ( chief engineer LF-A project ) during the wednesday evening diner and he was delighted but said they had to wait till the record time was approved officially.

The video with driver Iida-San is indeed part of the circuit as every LF-A customer was able to join one of the drivers for a quick lap on the track. Therefore it was during this time not possible to do a full lap as the cars had to go thru the pit. My best guess is that about 250 meters track was closed to organize this pit lane stop action.

During the record setting the full track was open.

[Via: LFA #47 Twitter Account]

Comments


  • http://www.facebook.com/RDS.Alphard Yong Thian Ding

    Wow ! That VERY quick ! Lexus you’re such amazing !

    Edit : the LFA in the video looks like have Roll-Cage , see the A-Pillar there .

  • bobby

    dayyuum! 

  • bobby

    thats faster than a GTR huh? DAYYUM AGAIN

  • Anonymous

    I saw this on twitter when it was still un-confirmed and people were discussing it on CL. That is an AMAZING lap time!!!

    Imagine the time the LFA can get with non-street tires!!! 

    (Krew- I sent you a message via the message form … not sure if you got it. Is email better??)

  • BlackDynamiteMB

    I saw this when Lexus E-U posted it last night at about 1AM
    I posted that on every YouTube video, Motor Trend Fastest Lap/Best handling page I could find!

    So sick of BowTie fanboys talking shit, like Vettes with superchargers are better than an LFA?
    Get the %$#@f47047b7f05121cbe86807a9300b7cf5:disqus outta here!
     
    Toyota/Lexus, when they spend 10 YEARS building something, it will be way better than any plastic car with a supercharger!

    This car has owned the world since last year, because it is the %$#@!
    BD

  • http://lexusenthusiast.com krew

    We’re all excited, but let’s keep it on an even-keel. Please, no swearing and no provoking other commenters. Thanks!

  • http://lexusenthusiast.com krew

    Just checked and I did receive your email — normally, that’s the best way to reach me, but it’s been a crazy day and I must have missed it.

  • Anonymous

    ok cool, I’ll use email next time… 

  • CocoChannel

    Honestly I’m a bit disappointed the LFA Nurburing Edition should have set the fastest Nurburing time EVER!!!

    The Radical and Gumpert were produced around 2005, in six years the LFA couldn’t beat the record is a let down for me.   Don’t give me that they didn’t use performance tire excuse either.  The LFA should have set a new Nurburing record even with Flintstone tires.

  • Nordschleife

    Lexus is cheating (at least if this video is supposed to prove the 7:14). As you can see on the video, start and finish is not the same. He starts at a 90 degree corner after the “Doettinger Hoehe” an at 7:14 is is just in the middle from the “Doettinger Hoehe” -far far away from the virutal finish line. This is 7:40 +/- . Why does Lexus think people are sooo stupid ?????

  • Faheem

    Lexus is not cheating. The video shown is a casual Nurburgring lap not the 7:14 lap one. The real video is yet to release. 

  • Pedro_roldao

    Next time read all the info first… before blame Lexus

    Best Regards

  • Pedro_roldao

    Next time read all the info first… before blame Lexus

    Best Regards

  • Pedro_roldao

    Lexus should release a press release to confirm the info. And a video by the way… so we can see this incredible achievement.

  • http://www.facebook.com/RDS.Alphard Yong Thian Ding

    There’s indeed haven’t have video of LFA Nurburgring Edition achieve 7:14 yet (maybe Lexus will unveiled them on Frankfurt Motor Show) … but Lexus already unveiled a video about their LFA NE can achieve 7:22 even it’s just a test run .

    Simple word : Please read clearly before comment like this .

  • Mccullybm

    I had to look twice when I seen the official time,not because I didn’t believe it,but because it blew away their own lap time from their old warm up lap a few months ago by so much.Who wants to bet we’ll be hearing excuses from Porsche & Ferrari about what factors should not make this time official?The reason I have so much respect for Lexus & Toyota is because rather than being arrogent or making excuses,they allow the proof to be in the pudding & let their customers decide for them selves how good their products are.I was just thinking to my self last night that it must be almost time for an official lap time on the Nurbergring.I think doing 1 such lap my self(if I could)would have me both mentally & physically exhausted at the end! 

  • Mccullybm

    Thank you guys for responding to this ignorence.If you guys hadn’t have said something first,I don’t know if I would have been able to control what my fingers typed & Krew would have to kick me off this forum for using profanity.I do believe this site is called ‘Lexus Enthusiast’ though,not ‘Lexus Hater’.Please think before you act next time!

  • Mccullybm

    Thank you guys for responding to this ignorence.If you guys hadn’t have said something first,I don’t know if I would have been able to control what my fingers typed & Krew would have to kick me off this forum for using profanity.I do believe this site is called ‘Lexus Enthusiast’ though,not ‘Lexus Hater’.Please think before you act next time!

  • Anonymous

    Now I hope they give it to the Stig for a power lap on the Top Gear test track

    If it’s Dry, it should give the MP4-12C a good run

    Especially in the hands of the new Stig (the new Stig seems to be shorter and have a better power to weight ratio than the old Stig)

  • Fdsa

    I can name a few cars that will do that in that price range

  • Mccullybm

    It’s important to note also that this was accomplished with navigation,stereo,speakers,carpet,glass windows,etc. intact & not stripped out.

  • くたばれ

    Yeah and that is why it cost 100k more than the cars that did it faster.

  • Maarten

    Mr. Lida – San has set this record on the full Nordschleife during a customer meeting with LF-A buyers held on wednesday 01.09. and thursday 02.09.2011.

    The news was brought to Mr. Tanahashi – San ( chief engineer LF-A project ) during the wednesday evening diner and he was delighted but said they had to wait till the record time was approved officially.

    The video with driver Lida-San is indeed part of the circuit as every LF-A customer was able to join one of the drivers for a quick lap on the track. Therefor it was during this time not possible to do a full lap as the cars had to go thru the pit. My best guess is that about 250 meters track was closed to organize this pit lane stop action.

    During the record setting the full track was open.

    From own experience I can say that sitting along side one of these drivers is quite interesting to say the least.
    The driver is well concentrated but also in a way relaxed. The LF-A feels very safe and stable sliding gently thru the curves with a speed you can not imagine sitting in the car yourself.

    Im not much of a driver and more a enduro motorbike person but going thru a certain set of curves with 155 Km/h was quite fast for me. Sitting along side Mr. Lida – San going thru the same set of curves with 230 + Km/h  was a eye opener.

    The LF-A’s attending; 1 yellow, 1 silver, 1 white, 2 blue, 2 orange ( one with roll cage ) and 1 rolling chassis wich was the most interesting.

  • Mccullybm

    Actually,my comment was regarding weight.It is interesting to note however that some manufacturers charge extra for selling track editions WITH OUT these devices.

  • JVX

    Lexus is the real deal.  Other manufacturers may be in denial, but deep down they know Lexus is a force to be recon with.

  • BlackDynamiteMB

    You just can’t name any cars that DID do that!
    BD

  • coryn_hughes@hotmail.com

    Huge achievement by Lexus/Toyota and regardless of the haters on the internet you can’t go past the great engineering in this car.I own a TT Supra myself so I’m a huge fan of Toyota/Lexus’s engineering and the LFA is yet another example of it.

  • Mccullybm

    You lucky Supra owna!I was all set to buy a black ’97 TT,lightly modified 7 years ago.Unfortunitly,my Accord died,which was my only vehicle at the time & I was just purchasing my 1st house & had my 2nd child on the way.So priority took over & I purchased a camry instead.Three children & 2 dogs later though,my wife & I don’t regret getting the Camry though.It was the toughest vehicle we ever owned & I would have never forgave my self for not being able to give a Supra the proper care it deserves.(It still would have been nice to own 1 before I had turned 30 though!)

  • Ann Monis

    Plus you forgot the extra baggage (i.e a passenger)

  • http://lexusenthusiast.com krew

    I think you might be missing the point.

  • http://lexusenthusiast.com krew

    Wow, thank you so much for sharing this information! I’ve updated my post to include part of your comment.

  • JoseLe

    I’m glad that I bought my Yaris last month.  After the Toyota mechanic told me that the Yaris Nurburing Edition lapped the Nurburing in 6 min flat I was sold!!!!

  • http://lexusenthusiast.com krew

    Thanks for that, Mccullybm — believe me, I know how hard it is. :-)

  • JoseLe

    Also he told me Yaris Nurburing Edition posted the unofficial record in snow tire too!!!!!

    “Oh what a feeling, Toyota”

  • 05RollaXRS

    It was already quicker than a GTR with the previous warm-up lap of 7:22. As a matter of fact, 7:22 is what a standard LFA runs.

    Remember, all of this happening on RE70 Potenza street tires without R compound super-slick Michelin Cup tires that other cars were wearing such as, GT2 RS, ZR-1 and Z06 did. 

  • 05RollaXRS

    It is in full street trim with full interior and luxury items that even a standard LFA has. It is nothing short of a phenomenal feat.

  • 05RollaXRS

    What are you smoking??

  • 05RollaXRS

    It should kill the MacLaren. Not even a small doubt. This car although not on super-slicks like the MacLaren (Pirelli Corsas), but still wears infinitely better tires than the mediocre S001 tires standard LFA wears and that is enough for it to kick major ass.

  • 05RollaXRS

    Lexus decided to do things differently for the Nurburgring edtion. This is exactly what they should have done last year when the launched the standard LFA. They should launched it with a huge bang just like they did with the Nurburgring edition. The whole internet is buzzing with this rumor and so many great reviews coming out for the Nurburgring edition by European publishers. It is looking great on Lexus.

  • Discerning

    Give it up with the tire excuses already, sheesh

  • உன்னை விழுங்க

    Please link the review from the European publishers.  Last I heard was Motor Trend bashing the standard LFA and Randy Pobst didn’t think the LFA was that enjoyable.

  • Turbod16a6

    Oh shut up LOL. don’t be mad your fav car needs race prep tires to compete. 

  • 05RollaXRS

    The hater troll is back!!! TROLL ALERT HERE!

  • David H.

    Hiromu Naruse would be proud. May he rest in peace knowing that his child has grown to greater heights.

  • 05RollaXRS

    Not to an ignorant person like you, I won’t

  • Gman

    While an incredible achievement, until we see the actual official release, we don’t *really* know what exact equipment/tuning was done on the vehicle – just like whether it was a hot lap or not (which is one reason I loathe this whole lap time war nonsense).  I’m glad Lexus was able to push more out of the vehicle though – I just get annoyed that the internet is already awash with the 7:14 time, even though it isn’t official.  It’ll end up being the same nonsense drama that the GTR had and will end up getting flogs of people questioning whether the vehicle was a ‘ringer or not or saying it is invalid because of the tires (again, as we don’t know what was done to the vehicle).

    Personally, that’s why I guess we can all rely on the “Top Gear” laptimes – the driver is constant, the track is constant, and the only vehicles allowed are full production models (often from people who have bought them and loan them to Top Gear) with street tires.  We just need to get one of the buyers to send their car to the Stig, and THAT will end the drama.

  • 05RollaXRS

    All while Randy Pobst ran the 4th quickest time in 40 year history by a production car of Laguna Seca?? All while you taking things out of context where Randy said, he found Lexus LFA “scary fast” and it is like an “airplane that you know is capable of killing you and you have to be paying attention all the time” and “you have to be on your game all the time”. That is because Lexus LFA is a directly connected exotic car that does not use electronic gizmos to go fast, but the driver’s unequivocal attention with the sensitivity of the chassis and razor sharp throttle.

    All while Lexus LFA recently won over the 599 GTO in the most respectable European publication EVO.

    Randy gave 330 HP Porsche Cayman S winner last year and if you have any common sense, that should give you a clue of what he finds “enjoyable”

  • 05RollaXRS

    The car was completely stock on Potenza RE70 street tires. They are performance street tires. Lexus twitter confirmed, it was exactly in the same configuration that they will have to deliver to customers.

  • 05RollaXRS

    Car was running RE70 stock Potenza tires. Evo’s Chris Harris in his twitter confirmed as many press journalists (AutoWeek Netherlands, Autocar, Evo etc.) were conducting their own tests on LFA and LFA Nurburgring edition.

  • 05RollaXRS

    It was an owners training and press test drive around Nordschliefe for both the standard LFA and Nurburgring edition LFA. The 7:14 lap times was not planned. The chief engineer did not even know about the lap time until dinner was served and at that time they told chief engineer Akira Iida had been able to run a 7:14 that day.

    Neither Lexus nor the chief engineer ever planned on doing a fastest lap time. Akira did that on his own in the presence of the owners and press journalists.

    Remember, Akira Iida is the lead race car driver in the Gazoo Lexus LFA racing team for Nurburgring 24 hour series.

    The chief engineer was totally caught by surprised and posed for pictures with Akira Iida after the dinner:

    http://www.clublexus.com/forums/attachments/lfa-model/221196d1314889921-lfa-nuerburgring-edition-experience-in-nordschleife-aug-31-sep-1-2011-img00107-20110831-1440.jpg

  • Nordschleife

    lots of fanboys here ? i wrote “(at least if this video is supposed to prove the 7:14)”. when in wrote the comment, there was NO statement that the video shown is NOT the record lap. this was edited later. so clam down guys…

  • 05RollaXRS

      Lexus LFA Nurburgring Edition: review | carsguide.com.au Peter Barnwell road tests and reviews the Lexus LFA Nurburgring Edition. There are just a handful of Lexus LFA supercars running around in Australia but already, the Japanese luxury car maker has launched a performance-enhanced model named after the legendary Nurburgring race track in Germany. It’s called the LFA Nurburgring Edition and is a more track-focused version of the LFA — if that’s possible. Only 50 will be made. TECHNOLOGY Where the standard LFA runs a 412kW/480Nm, 4.8-litre V10 engine, the Nurburgring model is pumped up to 420kW with the same torque output. The compact, dry sump V10, hand-built in two days at motorcycle manufacturer Yamaha by one of four engine builders, features cylinder heads by Yamaha and a block from Toyota. Yamaha has a long association with Toyota, Lexus’ parent company. The LFA engine uses high quality forged pistons, valves and conrods and has direct fuel injection among a raft of high tech’ features. It’s fitted front/midships and is connected, transaxle style, to the rear-mounted six- speed automated manual transmission by a carbon fibre torque tube. This gives the rear drive LFA an ideal 48/52 balance front to rear. Engine redline is 9000rpm. Both the standard and Nurburgring models are capable of despatching a 0-100kmh dash in around 3.7 seconds and top out at 325kmh. This is slap bang in supercar territory and up with the latest from Ferrari and Lamborghini. DESIGN The fully kitted standard model weighs in at 1580kg, the Nurburgring model is 100 kegs less. It has more down force courtesy of a large, fixed, rear carbon fibre wing, winglets on the front bumper, larger front spoiler, low 100mm ride height and carbon fibre interior trim. The double wishbone front and multi link rear suspension has been slightly retuned with stiffer responses. Lexus didn’t hold back on quality components for LFA equipping it with carbon ceramic front discs of 390mm diameter with six piston calipers. The rears are slightly smaller with four pistons. Forged alloy 20-inch wheels run Bridgestone high performance rubber and the KYB dampers feature remote reservoirs for superior and consistent performance. Buyers score race tuition and a year’s pass to drive the Nordscheleife (Northern Loop) of the Nurburgring. LFA is an incredible car from a technical standpoint because apart from the mind boggling engine with arguably the best exhaust note in existence, it is 65 per cent carbon fibre with the majority of the chassis and body in the stuff. The rest is aluminium. Lexus attaches the two materials to each other with aluminium brackets baked into the carbon fibre. Special carbon fibre ovens and techniques to handle it were developed during the 10 year LFA program which started in 2001. Initially, the car was to be all aluminium but this was changed in 2005 to carbon fibre. Lexus makes 20 LFAs a month with total production amounting to only 500 units. It is a loss making enterprise for Lexus which obviously places greater value on the publicity and new perceptions LFA will generate. DRIVING Marking the arrival of the Nurburgring Edition was a special test week held at the Nurburgring to which we were invited and allowed five unfettered laps of the 21km Nordschleife. It was like a bucket-list tick off for anyone with benzene in their veins – a supercar drive at the world’s most demanding race track with 140 plus corners and a fearsome reputation. With a degree of trepidation, we sprung out of pit lane in the orange projectile for a pilot lap behind a Nurburgring specialist leading in a Lexus ISF. This ‘sighting’ lap took around 9 minutes and then it was over to us. The LFA is near perfect weapon for the Nordschleife because it has almost endless power and torque, controlled and responsive dynamics and brakes that never go away. We would be ripping up to a tight turn at warp speed and simply stab the brakes, flick the wheel a touch and the LFA was around and the right foot was (re) planted to the firewall. It steers with such precision and has such prodigious grip that an accompanying Lexus ISF race car looked like a bucking dray. But that’s not fair, the LFA is a tame race car built to impeccable standards while the ISF is a weighty, sports luxury sedan. It’s intersting that none of the owners of the first run of LFAs has taken it on a race track. Shame, but word has it that some of the 10 Aussie LFA owners will break the cycle – here’s to them. PRICE Standard car is $750,000, but add $80k for Nurburgring Edition. 

  • 05RollaXRS

    Don’t back pedal now. It is very clear what you were saying. If you don’t have anything constructive to contribute, just stay off.

  • http://lexusenthusiast.com krew

    Not true — pre-edit:

    More on this story as it develops, but in the meantime, here’s another video of Iida-san piloting the LFA around the Nürburgring with a passenger…

    Post-edit:

    More on this story as it develops, but in the meantime, here’s another video of Iida-san piloting the LFA around the Nürburgring with a passenger — NOTE: This is not the record setting lap…

    I added the NOTE due in part to your confusion. :-)

  • http://lexusenthusiast.com krew

    Removed the full article and replaced it with a link.

  • Racer_XXX

    All you have to say is the LFA is the greatest car in world otherwise 05RollaXRS will bombard you multiple posting of insults.  He is like ticking time bomb.

  • Anonymous

    Note to posters:

    There is zero tolerance for negative or immature comments that are posted with intent to provoke or insult other commenters.

    There are other car websites that seem to foster that sort of behavior, but not here.

    This site encourages intelligent discussions about Lexus vehicles.

    Please be respectful with your posts.

    Thank you.

  • bobby

    i just realized this would be Naruse’s last contribution to toyota and the world. its amazing

  • 05RollaXRS

    Agreed.

  • Coryn_hughes

    Get one the Supra is a great car and was the top of Toyota’s food chain for along time but I feel with the cars like the ISF that have popped up and now the flagship LFA I suppose the good old Supra has well and truely been surpassed performance wise.

    I thought I’d never say this but the Supra is now basically bang for your buck performance vs this new stuff Lexus are producing.

    Like most I guess the Supra was my dream car when I was in my early 20s and now I’m in my 40s the Ring Edition LFA is now the new dream car for me.

  • 05RollaXRS

    Guys,

    Lots of great videos and articles posted here. Chris Harris (European journalist) is going nuts over the Lexus LFA. He is writing a full feature on the Nurburgring edition for EVO magazine. He says it is the ‘best car he has ever driven’  and says he wants his LFA now. Great Autoweek Netherlands video of LFA screaming around Nurburgring. Check them out:

    http://www.clublexus.com/forums/lfa-model/590128-lexus-lfa-nurburgring-track-experience-article-and-videos.html

  • LFAaddict

    un.be.lievable. thats all folks. faster than ANY mass production car out there…and it’s a Lexus.. wow.

  • くたばれ

    Toyota also sets Nurburgring Lap Record for electric cars too!!!!

    http://blogs.wsj.com/drivers-seat/2011/09/02/toyota-sets-nurburgring-lap-record-for-electric-cars-video/?mod=google_news_blog

    Now all they have to do now is to find a cure for cancer and solve world hunger!!!!

  • Mike DeLorca

     very well said !

  • Coryn_hughes

    So when this becomes official I’m guessing we won’t be hearing from you again I think that will be safe to assume.

    I think why alot get excited is because of alot of negative flak this car has worn over the years for it costing so much and other such comments.I also think badge recognition has been the LFA’s bugger bear because Toyota not being world renown for making this type of car I think the car community worldwide have found it hard to accept that Toyota were capable of such a design feat.

    Also I think with regards to the LFA project it proves when Toyota/Lexus’s best and brightest put there resources and knowledge behind such a car they have proved they can make a Hypercar from scratch to match any other carmaker on the planet end of story and for those who can’t see that well personally I think there the ones that are deluded.

  • Coryn_hughes

    With regards to Top Gear I’d love to see it on a dry day I really think that stock LFA could probably have dropped a mid to late 17 round that track and at a guess I reckon the NE would probably drop at least a 16 if not quicker with more downforce and grip.

    I do remember though in that top Gear test the old Stig mentioning the stock LFA was a track weapon god know’s what he’d have to say about the NE LFA

  • 05RollaXRS

    It proves, if Lexus/Toyota want to build a proper exciting, thrilling and adrenaline pumping exotic car that also puts down one of the best numbers, they can do it nd do it well in their first try at it.

  • BOSS

    I think this report broke the record for most comments lol

  • BOSS

    -that I’ve seen on this site I meant, whoops.

  • Anonymous

    On a side note:

    The LFA will be on Top Gear USA this Sunday on the history channel

    I hope they hand it over to the American Stig – I would be interested to know how it does on their track

  • Coryn_hughes

    Exactly right another thing that kills me is when people mention Toyota’s so called lack of race history my god I laugh when I here that last time Iooked Toyota have had there fingers in just about every motorsport known to man and with this in mind put them in good stead to build a car like the LFA.

  • JohnnyT

    05RollaXRS:
    The ZR1 utilized Michelin Pilot PS2′s while the Z06 used Goodyear Eagle F1′s, which are not “R compound super-slick Michelin Cup tires.” The Bridgestone RE070′s used for this car and the GTR are extremely grippy, and are closer to the performance of the Michelin PSC tires than the Goodyear’s or PS2′s (UTQG 140 for the RE070 versus UTQG 220 for the PS2′s and Eagle F1′s, which compare them closer to the regular P-Zeros and the RE050 series from Bridgestone). The GT2 RS does use the PSC’s. 

  • Fred Magne – DinSide.no Motor

    I’ve driven the standard LF-A around the ring in just over 8 minutes myself, and that’s without knowing the ring good enough. I’ve also had a ride with Hiroaki Ishiura, clocking 7:27 with the NBR package. With no dead meat (mening me) in the car, tires in right conditions, and a totaly free run, I’m 100 % shure he or Akida Iida are able to do 7:14. The LF-A is far from the strongest car I’ve driven, but absolutely the best tuned. Therefore also the fastest.  Amazing!

  • StevenFromOz
  • BlackDynamiteMB

    BTW, here is the video of the LFA’s EPIC 7:14.64 at Nurburgring August 30th.
    Congratulations, Lexus! It looks like Planet Earth has some catching up to do……http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r4wVb5QkZiQ&feature=player_embeddedBD

  • http://lexusenthusiast.com krew

    Actually, I think the thread about the 2010 LS updates was longer: 

    http://lexusenthusiast.com/2009/08/25/2010-lexus-ls-460-ls-600hl-ls-sz-revealed/

    ;-)

  • http://lexusenthusiast.com krew

    Thanks for sharing Fred — did you write an article about your experience? Be sure to post up a link if you get a chance. 

  • 05RollaXRS

    Wish they had done the 7:21 – 7:23 that the chief engineer said the standard LFA is capable of despite being on very mediocre and weak tires.

  • Dsa2178

    VIPER

  • Dsa2178

    always king of the ring. DODGE VIPER ACR

  • Zeemax88

    Dodge Viper ACR
    7m12.1s
    YES
    Yes
    Record reclaimed in Sept 2011.

  • Zeemax88

    Dodge Viper ACR
    7m12.1s
    YES
    Yes
    Record reclaimed in Sept 2011.

  • Zeemax88

    Just so every one is on the same page…and today’s news…LOL

    For the latest up to date 2011 record times list see…
    http://bridgetogantry.com/2/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=178&Itemid=300055

    …Sorry to any Toyota/Lexus LFA fans…Toyota took 10years to develop the LFA and only hold the record for only 2 weeks before the Viper ACR atomized the LFA to the next Galaxy far and beyond.

    7m 12.1 sec

    I am from NZ and I love American cars…Go USA go cubic inches rule again…and again…and again

  • Zeemax88

    Just so every one is on the same page…and today’s news…LOL

    For the latest up to date 2011 record times list see…
    http://bridgetogantry.com/2/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=178&Itemid=300055

    …Sorry to any Toyota/Lexus LFA fans…Toyota took 10years to develop the LFA and only hold the record for only 2 weeks before the Viper ACR atomized the LFA to the next Galaxy far and beyond.

    7m 12.1 sec

    I am from NZ and I love American cars…Go USA go cubic inches rule again…and again…and again