Tons of joy – this is the obvious conclusion resulting from the airfield ...
Tons of joy – this is the obvious conclusion resulting from the airfield encounter that involves a Porsche 911 Turbo S Cabriolet and the Mercedes-AMG GT S with the Renntech tune.
The roof type difference separating two German velocity tools, as well as the tuned vs. factory stock aspect of a drag race we have here means the battle only gets sweeter, as the on-paper racing approach that uses a standard output figure of the sports cars is no longer valid.
We have to focus on the custom take chosen for the Afflaterbach supercar – since the German aftermarket developer Renntech only gifted the twin-turbo V8 under the hood with the ECU remap, the power unbalance generated by the move doesn’t appear to be that serious.
And as we mentioned in the intro, the two-speed animals were thrown at each other on the airfield, so the drivers had plenty of space to stretch the mechanical legs of their machines.
The rear-engined supercar was used as a camera vehicle, with the passenger of the Neunelfer handling this task. There’s no reason to worry about the weight unbalance here, since the GT also carried the passenger during the fight.
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