These two cars can’t seem to get enough of each other, can they?

A few weeks after showing you a Russian street tussle between a Nissan GT-R and aBugatti Veyron, these two supercars are at it again. Now, we’re not exactly sure if the two cars in this video are the same ones that did the Russian drag race - the Veyron beat the GT-R in that one, in case you needed to know - but whatever the case may be, we’re certainly not about to turn down a good three-and-half minutes of Veyron versus GT-R madness.

And wouldn’t you know it, but this time around, the Nissan GT-R - yep, the longshot underdog - finally scored one on the Veyron. It seems certain though that the GT-R beat the Veyron because it had something stewing underneath its engine. We all know that on it’s own, it’s got about as much chance as a Toro Rosso winning an F1 race, but hey, a win is a win, right? And if the GT-R did get some ’nitrous’ help, then so be it.

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6 comments:

  (359) posted on 06.15.2010

nitros help a lot on smoking the Veyron.. nice speed... the GT-R is really mad at that time.

  (392) posted on 06.14.2010

I agree. i guess they used the same tire as the veyron has with the GT-R. A normal race car can widthstand that fast spin.

  (347) posted on 06.11.2010

that speed is beyond 270MPH i wonder what tire did they used here. even a 250MPH already needs a special tire to widthstand the high temperature and rotation of the car.

  (359) posted on 06.11.2010

Yes, that wasn’t a close match. That nitro boost does really helps on smoking the veyron.

  (512) posted on 06.10.2010

Oh what the heck... GT-R Smoked the v16engine of the veyron.. amazing! it wasn’t even a close match.. well, for sure there will be a rematch on this.. i can’t wait grrr....

  (5) posted on 06.10.2010

A HIGHLY modded GT-R vs. a stock Veyron in the wet is not a fair race at all. With 1001hp in the Veyron, any chance of lost traction presents huge problems.

This is like me taking a HIGHLY modded VW R32 vs. a stock 911 GT3 in the snow. Just makes no sense and completely demerits the cars.

It is a freaking Nissan. I don’t care that it does 11.2 1320 and costs $80,000, none of that changes the fact it is still a Nissan at the end of the day.

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