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TECHART GT Street RS established new lap record

The TechArt GT Street RS , based on the Porsche 911 GT2, established a new lap record at the Sachsenring race track with a lap time of 1:31.94 min.

Apart from that, the GT Street RS also obtained an impressive 32,9-meter braking distance at a speed of 100 km/h.

Press release after the jump.

Press release

TECHART has organized the turn of the year very differently. After TECHART’s full size SUV speed record in the Italian Nardo, the TECHART GT Street RS based on the 911 GT2 broke the former lap record at the Sachsenring race track. High speed, pace, uniqueness – 100 % TECHART.

TECHART GT Street RS established new lap record

In the comparison carried out by AutoBild SPORTSCARS, TECHART impressively asserted its superiority over the competitors. Already before the record drive on the 3,671-meter circuit, the TECHART GT Street RS impressed spectators and proved its unique versatility. Apart from the sprinter qualities demonstrated several times, which were once more unheard of (from 0 to 100 km/hh in only 3.5 sec), the sports car displayed another quality that was just as important: A 32,9-meter braking distance at a speed of 100 km/h is looking to find its match. Once again, TECHART’s basic principles were confirmed: TÜV-tested and approved components as well as OEM quality in every detail.

TECHART GT Street RS established new lap record

For the conclusion of the extensive test program, the TECHART GT Street RS was able to crown once more the performance achieved on this day. With a lap time of 1:31.94 min, the winner of the Tuner Grand Prix 2008 and 2009 repeatedly demonstrated the TECHART winning gene. With more than 1.95 sec of head start, it left not only the competitors far behind, but improved the current AutoBild SPORTSCARS lap record at the Sachsenring by an unprecedented 4.47 sec. 



1 comments:

That’s nice, they are making a statement for themselves. I think they will make a comeback at the Grand Prix. Their competitors are probably alarmed now.

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