Daniel Abt, together with his tuning company, is a professional racer and is currently participating in the Formula E series. As a connoisseur of advanced automotive equipment, his latest video introduces the quarter-mile drag race between Lamborghini Aventador SVJ and Porsche 911 GT2 RS.
The keen reader will know that these two cars are very close on paper, and they are correct. Although Rambo has more power than Porsche (770 hp vs. 700 hp) and all-wheel drive, German competitors have sophisticated engineering skills. In addition to being lighter, the GT2 RS also has a PDK gearbox, which shifts much faster than the single-clutch gearbox in the Aventador SVJ.
In any case, Lamborghini achieved a difficult victory in the first game of the standing competition. Porsche began to push its competitors to the end, but it was not enough. Abt races on a rough and unprepared surface, warming the rear tires before the second round of testing to detect traction as early as possible – his first sprint sprinted at 60 mph (100 km/h) for 3.8 seconds .
The second blow produced a completely different result. Porsche finally put the tires on and achieved a convincing victory. After a arduous defeat, the two ended the video through a rolling race, and Porsche won by a narrow margin.
Although the GT2 RS often shows some flaws due to lack of sound and theater feel, the video proves that the numbers are not lying. Even if the Aventador in the video does have the Novitec exhaust system for the aftermarket, we have to mention that its V12 engine can maintain victory even with reduced inventory. In any case, having the opportunity to drive these cars at full speed on the track is a victory in itself.