The rumored upgrades that Nissan is planning on doing with the GT-R just so it could keep pace with cars like the Porsche 911 Turbo may have been triggered by this race video from GTBoard featuring the two aforementioned sports cars engaging in nice and friendly quarter-mile drag race.

Okay fine, we don’t think Nissan would be spending their time watching videos like this, but nonetheless, this video does show you just how much legs the 911 Turbo has over the GT-R, something that the makers of Godzilla would be wise to take note of.

And if you’re watching the video, the GT-R vs 911 Turbo drag race throwdown is not the only thing you’ll find here. There’s also a look at some pretty awesome supercars getting their sunbathing fix, plus a parade of the very same cars on a nice patch of road.

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Source: GTBoard

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4 comments:

  (119) posted on 02.3.2011

yea i agree with adriansmith the match was unfair the gt-r really can demolish the 911

  (134) posted on 11.5.2010

I agree with Leon_Black. I more likely to see the Porsche to win over a cheaper type car.

  (815) posted on 05.24.2010

It wasn’t a fair match, definitely the GT-R will eat the Tuned and custom 911.

  (512) posted on 05.23.2010

Nice story, I hope it helps Porsche to look better in your eyes. Not in mine, and I rather dislike GT-R. I would like Porsche to beat a car that is 2 times cheaper at least somewhere.

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