Remember when a Nissan GT-R dueled with a BMW M4 on a quarter-mile drag strip? Well, Godzilla broken a Bimmer during that time. It was a parsimonious race, though, though a Japanese sports automobile still prevailed during a end.
So, when we stumbled on a identical drag competition between these dual cars again, we unequivocally suspicion it would finish adult a same. Apparently, it finished utterly differently than before. It was a GT-R that got broken this time. Literally.
As we can see in a video, a GT-R mislaid a traction and control altogether and movement off a straight-line path. It went over to a other line and crashed on a walls, obliterating a front fender in a process. It was a hideous scene, and it pennyless a JDM-loving hearts.
So, what happened there? We’re not utterly sure, actually. It seems like a continue was cold. One of a commenters on a Youtube video forked out that a heat during that night was 42 degrees Fahrenheit (6 degrees Celcius). But does that unequivocally impact anything?
For one, if a heat was, in fact, that cold, a H2O molecules in a atmosphere would condense, that would meant increasing dampness on a track’s surface. This could impact a traction of a tires. Now, with 565 horsepower and 467 pound-feet of torque pulling on all wheels (assuming that a GT-R was stock), it would be tough to control once we start slipping. You could see on a video that a motorist was incorrectly headed towards a left during a center of a stretch, that tells us that he had some problem determining a car. He attempted to opposite a mistake, and that’s when all went haywire. But that’s only how we see it.
In any case, a M440i was lucky to be means to brake before a GT-R crossed a path. That could have led to a some-more critical pile-up if it didn’t.
Source: Wheels around Youtube