You know a name AMS Performance. It’s a tuning association branch out insanely absolute and wickedly discerning Nissan GT-Rs.
You also substantially know a name Gidi Chamdi, as we wrote about him and his Lamborghini Gallardo when he used it to strike 240.64 mph in a half-mile airstrip run, securing himself a record. Now a speed weird is behind with his AMS-tuned Nissan GT-R, and he’s set a entertain mile record for GT-R owners everywhere to aspire to.
The run took place during Milan Dragway in Michigan (not Italy). There, Gidi took his GT-R down a 1,320-foot frame of tarmac and tripped a lights with a time of 7.14 seconds. His trap speed? 212 mph! Gidi himself didn’t even consider a run felt quick so he was unknowingly that he had set a record until his organisation told him so.
Gidi and AMS Performance both contend a automobile has copiousness left as well. We’re not observant there’s a 6.0-second run in a nearby future, yet we positively wouldn’t be betting opposite that happening.
Now we wish Gidi to run this GT-R in a half mile to see what it’s able of, even yet it’s not utterly as street-legal as a Gallardo he ran prior. If he’s attack 212 in only a entertain of a mile, afterwards he should have adequate energy to chuck down a furious series in a half-mile jaunt.