The steering and suspension tweaks improve control and composure
Special-edition coupe takes the mantle back from the Porsche 911 GT2 RS.
Just listen to the new turbo inline-six
The driver was reportedly fine.
Hyundai's new GTI fighter hits the Green Hell.
Porsche dubs 919 Hybrid Evo the 'New king of the ring.'
And don't forget the Mercedes-AMG Project One.
Anyone trying to set a new record will have to get really close to five minutes.
They're ultra-limited editions and not available in America
We get a peek inside, too
The Jaguar Race Taxi experience will give you a hot lap around the 13 miles and 73 corners of the Nordschleife in the 575-horsepower Jaguar F-Type SVR and the equally powerful four-door Jaguar XJR575. You'll ride with professional drivers who won't coddle you — Jaguar promises cornering forces of 1.2g.
Anyone who's seen our spy shot posts knows that automakers are frequently testing at the Nürburgring. We don't always get to see the cars in motion, though. Thanks to YouTube channel EMS Nordschleife TV, we get to see a bunch of prototypes running the 'Ring on an industry testing day. And boy were there a lot of cool ones.
It seems that the weather has once again improved enough that people are headed out to the Nürburgring for fun and for testing. This is according to a new compilation video of cars racing around the track from YouTube channel EMS Nordschleife TV. Though most of the cars featured are normal road cars, there are a few prototypes that slip in, including a Land Rover Range Rover Velar that sounds extra beefy.
The Mercedes-AMG Project One will set the outright lap record at the Nurburgring.
Honda's Civic Type R Time Attack 2018 will see Jenson Button and other drivers try to break lap records at European tracks in Honda's newest hot hatch.
Toyota's is building a $2.8B research and development center in Japan. One of the 11 test tracks there will recreate portions of the Nurburgring.
They do not come cheap.