The Nurburgring is one of the most historic and feared racetracks around the world. It is also a track where many car manufactures test their existing and upcoming models. The Nurburgring is 20.832 kilometres long, consists of 73 corners and there is over 300 metres of difference in elevation between the lowest and highest points. It’s easy to understand why all fast cars are judged and bechmarked by their Nurburgring timing.
This month a new lap record has been set at the Nurburgring in a Mini Copper. What makes this record stand out...
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Updated Date: Nov 19, 2016 17:31:23 IST