AutoComplete: Porsche totally destroys its own Nürburgring lap record
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Porsche has managed to do what was previously thought impossible, beat Stefan Bellof's 1983 Nurburg Ring lap record, which he set in the Porsche 956 race car and they managed to do it by over a minute with a heinously fast 919 hybrid Evo.
Five-time Nurburg Ring 24-hour winner Timo Burnheart was at the wheel for this successful attempt and we wouldn't be surprised to see this record stand for another 30 years.
> Honda's recently retooled insight hybrid goes on sale today at dealerships across America and true to Honda, it's pretty dang affordable.
The insight base LX trim starts at just 23, 830 dollars before destination and will comfrotably return 55 miles per gallon sitting.
The insight gets all of Honda's modern safety goody's in the form of the Honda sensing sweet.
so if you're looking for a super efficient and well equipped civic, this is the car fo you.
Legendary Italian design firm Italdesign has teamed up with Nissan to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the company's legendary GT-R batch.
Italdesign's reimagined Godzilla is now packing 720 horsepower thanks to turbos from the GT-R GT-3 race car and upgraded inter coolers.
But don't go looking for this monster at your Nissan dealer because it's a prototype and probably won't see production Well, ever and that's a colossal bummer.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com, we'll talk to you Monday.
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