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    The 675 LT is very fast.
    Ill get myfriday next week Click here to enlarge
    Remember that McLaren alleays in test is with the Pirelli Trofeo tyres.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by SVP03 Click here to enlarge
    As i remember the Top Gear UK and here the same in the Nordic test.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by SVP03 Click here to enlarge
    Ill get myfriday next week
    You're getting a 675LT?
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    What tyres is there on the cars, big diff.

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    Because that the Audi V110 pllus 610 hp is a little bit faster than the Hurican, the Audi Spider v10 plus is not comming for thee summer 2017. Lamborghini sales of the Hurican spyder is not so good.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by SVP03 Click here to enlarge
    Because that the Audi V110 pllus 610 hp is a little bit faster than the Hurican
    This is incorrect. The R8 is slower than the Huracan and considerably slow. I linked you to the comparison showing that.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by SVP03 Click here to enlarge
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    Congratulations. Please, please, post pictures and impressions when it comes in.
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    That R8 record is super lame. What the $#@!?!

    The GTS i get it. Bmw needs to learn to add some god damn rubber. All these fancy track cars are running massive square setups, yet the M4 runs 265 and 285s. What a joke. Looks like this car suffers from oversteer and more rubber certainly would help it a lot.

    The Corvette GS is the best car ever. Only if it had a modern day LS7...

    The Ferrari is really impressive. I agree with Blackjet, being so close to the Viper on those tires is really impressive. I wouldnt be so surprised to know that its a ringer though given Ferrari's reputation.

    GSF lol. Get the $#@! out with E39 M5 era power.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by 93siro Click here to enlarge
    GSF lol. Get the $#@! out with E39 M5 era power.
    I'd love to see someone take an E39 M5 with a tune, upgraded suspension, and modern rubber out on the track and compare it to the GS F.

    Either way the E39 M5 would end up being the car that is more fun to drive.
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    I can also say not true.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by SVP03 Click here to enlarge
    I can also say not true.
    I provided evidence.

    It's also simply logic. The R8 is heavier, has a higher center of gravity, a suspension tuned more for comfort, and is set to offer more understeer which is safer.

    It's a physical impossibility for the R8 to be faster as is shown when compared on the track on the same day which I linked you to.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    I provided evidence.

    It's also simply logic. The R8 is heavier, has a higher center of gravity, a suspension tuned more for comfort, and is set to offer more understeer which is safer.

    It's a physical impossibility for the R8 to be faster as is shown when compared on the track on the same day which I linked you to.
    Well, it is over here in Europe in most tests.
    And i like Chris Harris comments.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    I'd love to see someone take an E39 M5 with a tune, upgraded suspension, and modern rubber out on the track and compare it to the GS F.

    Either way the E39 M5 would end up being the car that is more fun to drive.
    I bet a Chevy SS would give GS F a run for its money.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by SVP03 Click here to enlarge
    Well, it is over here in Europe in most tests.
    That was a European test I linked you to.

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by SVP03 Click here to enlarge
    And i like Chris Harris comments.
    He's just saying it's a reskinned Huracan not that it's faster because it isn't. It's heavier, softer, has a higher center of gravity, and its suspension isn't tuned for the same performance.

    I don't even get what you're trying to say or how this could be wrong.
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    Here is a pic from a video test of the two cars.
    Remember that both cars is from VAG and official the Huracan is faster because Lambo is a higher brand and price.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by SVP03 Click here to enlarge
    Here is a pic from a video test of the two cars.
    Remember that both cars is from VAG and official the Huracan is faster because Lambo is a higher brand and price.
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    He's making a point about bang for the buck. In a straight line they are basically even but around the track they are not. The R8 isn't faster around the track, it's easier to drive.

    Where are the laptimes to support his claims? Here are the laptimes to support mine.

    It's not even close:

    1. Lamborghini Huracan - 1:07.5
    2. Porsche 991.2 Turbo S - 1:08.5
    3. Audi R8 V10 Plus - 1:09.0

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    We can probably agree that we do not agree

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    Track result disparity between the V10+ and Huracan is probably due to tires and testing conditions.

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    Yes, normaly the Audi is with 19 inch and 295 rear and Huracan is std on 20 inch and 305 rear.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by nbrigdan Click here to enlarge
    Track result disparity between the V10+ and Huracan is probably due to tires and testing conditions.
    Part of it but the Audi is still a few hundred pounds heavier with a higher center of gravity and a softer suspension. It's a physical impossibility for it to match the Huracan.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by SVP03 Click here to enlarge
    We can probably agree that we do not agree
    No prob, agree to disagree.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by BlackJetE90OC Click here to enlarge
    Honestly I am very impressed by the 488. To be within a second of the ACR, a track focused high-downforce car. I bet that 0.9 sec could easily be made up with a better tire on the 488.
    Don't forget that this is a magazine 488... who knows how much Ferrari massaged this car before sending it out for the test.

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    The Audi is 32 kg more than the Huracan.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by SVP03 Click here to enlarge
    The Audi is 32 kg more than the Huracan.
    Based on US independent testing it's closer to 140 kg

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