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Gumpert Apollo Sport sets Nurburgring lap record – for fastest production car

Submitted by on August 18, 2009 – 9:48 pmNo Comment

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Porsche GT2? Get lost. Godzilla? Scram. Corvette ZR1? Take a hike. Dodge Viper ACR? Nothing but a big sissy. There’s a new sheriff in Nordschleifeland and its name is Apollo, Gumpert Apollo. Actually, the proper name is Gumpert Apollo Sport, and on August 13, one piloted by a 26-year-old named Florian Gruber ran around the Nurburgring in 7:11:57, shattering all the other production car “records” by eleven seconds or more. Dang, right?

What makes the Apollo sport so fraggin’ fast you ask? How does a 700-hp, twin-turbo’d Audi 4.2-liter FSI V8 strike you? Makes a bit more sense suddenly that little David here was able to chop down all those Goliaths, right? Anyhow, hats off to Mr. Gruber, Mr. Gumpert and the rest of the crew. Here’s hoping that one day some sort of governing body sanctions ‘Ring times. And we won’t say a word to Radical and their “record.”
Source: Autoblog

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