Porsche has set another lap record in the world second longest Racetrack with the 911 GT2 RS
Updated December 4, 2018
In 2017, Porsche broke a Nurburgring lap record with its 911 GT2 RS with a lap time of 6:47.30 on Nordschleife course which is the longest permanent race track in the world. However, the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ now holds the Ring record at 6:44.97.
The automaker took the 911 GT2 RS to the Bend Motorsport Park in Australia which is the second longest race track in the world and set a world record time.
The Racetrack has been newly opened in Southern Australia and has 35 corners with a 4.83-mile track. Warren Luff, an Australian Supercar driver was the man behind the wheel of the 911 GT2 RS and set a track record of 3:24.08 around the full course configuration.
The automaker has set a benchmark for the newly opened track and has raised the bar extremely high to its competitors.
The 911 GT2 RS record looks like it’s going to take a while before it could be broken. But for now, Porsche is going to take the throne and set a benchmark at the Bend Motorsport Park.
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