Take an Audi R8 GT, a Mercedes AMG SLS and a Porsche 911 GT2 RS. Add one of the most beautiful roads of Germany, Rossfeldestrasse in Bavaria. And mix with a small group of passionate drivers. Result? A car bomb of joy, divided into two videos.
The German Grip led three of the most acclaimed Teutonic supercar of the moment (Audi R8 GT, Mercedes AMG SLS and Porsche 911 GT2 RS) to challenge on the path above, so that to make it more tasty was a wet crib bastard that you find on the mountain when the snow melts. From the series: the first that puts across pay to drink at all.
At least on paper, the Porsche 911 GT2 RS, with its 620 bhp and 0-100 in 3.5 s give the pay to Audi R8 GT (560 bhp and 3.6 s) and Mercedes AMG SLS (570 bhp and 3.8 s). But in truth, each of these three queens has in his sleeve axle heavy. Not to be missed, in particular, the most unlikely time trial in history against SLS quad, where the Gullwing flays the smaller rival, complete with a professional rider on horseback. And then there Walterone (with the fleece of the ‘ring, no exceptions …)!