Instructor Marko Klein's reference rounds provide an overview of vehicle performance on the Pannonia Ring.

These are the best times that can be achieved in two-person operation under the conditions prevailing at the time of the test drive (road temperature, tire condition, traffic on the race track, etc.), which can be faster under ideal conditions.


The lap time serves as the basis for the ranking. In addition, we also supply data such as lateral forces, braking deceleration and maximum speed reached. Also parameters such as performance and vehicle weight, so that an interesting mix is created, from which a lot can be deduced about the track suitability and which can help the interested party with a purchase decision, if the vehicle should also serve as a track tool.


With "Markos Statement" we want to give his, as objectively as possible, brief impression of the respective vehicle characteristics with the focus on the race track. We hope you enjoy reading, comparing and choosing your personal favorite :-)

Which vehicles are used?
The vehicles of our participants and vehicles from our own fleet will be used. The vehicles are kindly provided to us by the owners of the hotlaps and are therefore not factory optimised, new-value press vehicles. We also have no influence on the make and condition of tyres and brakes. So if you own a vehicle that is suitable for the race track and want to know how it performs: Marko is ready to start!

"One Lap - One Chance" - The procedure of the HOTLAP

The procedure is always identical:

  • Warm up lap

  • Hotlap

  • Cool down lap

  • ONE try!

  • All electronic auxiliary systems OFF!

Is this lap "at the limit"?
The general conditions have certainly changed in recent years, but we still stick to the "one turn" concept, even if this sometimes presents our chief instructor with major challenges.
While rear-wheel drive cars show a behaviour that can be assessed relatively quickly for experienced motor sports enthusiasts, modern, powerful, all-wheel drive sports cars tend to show indifferent behaviour at the limit.
In combination with an overall concept designed for safety and supported by electronic systems, the car can therefore react very differently in basically similar situations. In order to determine the best possible lap time under perfect conditions, it would therefore be necessary to first test different set-ups, complete 5 to 10 laps and only then go on the hunt for times.
While the optimisation potential (see hotlap at the fastest possible time) for some cars is therefore in the tenths of a second range, it can be in the range of 1-2 seconds for high-tech super sports cars. On high-performance cars, the choice of tyres also determines a further 1-2 seconds. If time permits, we may drive hotlaps in different set-ups for comparison in the future. However, one thing is for sure: Marko gives everything and leaves little room for improvement :-)

LAMBORGHINI Huracán Super Trofeo EVO

620 HP | 570 NM | 1,270 kg

The EVO was developed on the basis of the Huracán Super Trofeo. In addition to the spectacular appearance, the car has revised aerodynamics and improved safety standards. The new body was created in collaboration with the Dallara Engineering manufacture. The V10 develops 620 hp.


252 km/h

1.54 g (lateral)

-1.58 g (longitudinal)


450 HP | 420 NM | 1,200 kg

The Cup model was revised in 2010 and is based on the GT3 RS released in 2009. With a displacement of 3.8 liters and 450 hp, the 997 Cup ranks as the strongest in the 20-year-old Cup line.  


236 km/h

2.05 g (lateral)

-1.75 g (longitudinal)

LOTUS Exige V6 500 DCT (JUBU Performance)

887 HP | 1,280 NM | 1,750kg

887 hp, generated from a V8 engine and two electric units fuel Porsche's hybrid, which made 7:13 on the Nordschleife to make clear who the boss was.


235 km/h

PORSCHE 918 Spyder

887PS | 1.280NM | 1.750kg

887 PS, generiert aus einem V8-Triebwerk und zwei Elektroaggregaten befeuern Porsches Hybrid, der mit 7:13 auf der Norschleife klar machte wer der Boss ist.


253,3 km/h


360 HP | 500 NM | 830 kg

Super athlete Made in Austria  


214.2 km/h


Porsche 911 GT2 RS

700 HP | 750 NM | 1,470 kg

The GT2 RS is the fastest production 911 ever. With 6: 47.3 minutes on the Nordschleife, it is currently the fastest street-legal sports car and the benchmark for super sports cars.

2: 03.3

245 km / h

1.34 g (lateral)

-1.24 g (longitudinal)

Ariel Atom 3

300 HP | 271 NM | 520 kg

Uncompromising track tool that does without anything that doesn't make you faster, as the lap time impressively demonstrates.


No figures

Porsche GT3 RS 2018 (991 Facelift)

520 HP | 470 NM | 1,430 kg

The 2018 after-sales variant of the GT3 RS presented in 2015 now delivers 520 hp (previously 500 hp) and accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h in 3.2 seconds (previously 3.3). It represents Porsche's ultimate track tool with a naturally aspirated engine and the permission to use this vehicle on the roads.


230 km/h

1.38 g (lateral)

-1.27 g (longitudinal)

McLaren 650s

650 HP | 678 NM | 1,474 kg

The McLaren 650S is a sports car designed and built by McLaren Automotive with a 3.8-liter V8 mid-engine. The model was presented to the public for the first time in March 2014 at the Geneva Motor Show.


233.2 km/h


Porsche GT3 RS (991)

500 HP | 460 NM | 1,420 kg

The 5th generation Porsche 911 GT3 RS was presented at the Geneva Motor Show 2015. It develops 368 kW (500 hp) and accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.3 seconds and is Porsche's ultimate track tool with road approval.


226 km/h

1.19 g (lateral)

-1.04 g (longitudinal)

Porsche 911 Turbo S (991)

560 HP | 700 NM | 1,680kg

Even after 40 years of construction, the current Turbo S is the reference of the sports car upper class and the head of the family in the 911 clan. With 560 hp and all-wheel drive the fascinating all-rounder is at home on the race track as well as in everyday life.


231.9 km/h

1.40 g (lateral)

-1.15 g (longitudinal)

Ferrari F12

740 HP | 690 NM | 1,525 kg

The Ferrari F12 is a Gran Turismo from the Italian sports car manufacturer that has been sold as a successor to the Ferrari 599 since 2012.


237 km/h


Lamborghini Huracan

610 HP | 560 NM | 1,422 kg

The Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4 is a sports car manufactured by Automobili Lamborghini. The successor to the Gallardo made its official debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show.


231.6 km/h


Porsche 911 GTS (991.2 - 450PS)

450 HP | 550 NM | 1,550 kg

450 turbocharged horsepower and enormous 550 Nm in combination with a perfectly tuned chassis, rear wheel steering and optimized aerodynamics make the GTS a GT3 fighter with full everyday suitability.


225 km/h

1.22 g (lateral)

-1.16 g (longitudinal)

Lotus Exige Cup

306 HP | 300 NM | 840 kg

Since the launch of the first Lotus Exige Cup 240 in 2006, the Lotus Exige Cup has developed into a cult object with a passionate fan base. The Brit Racer has the best prerequisites as an ideal track day tool.


207.5 km/h

1.50 g (lateral)

-1.25 g (longitudinal)

Corvette Z06 (C7) Cabrio

659 HP | 881 NM | 1,550 kg

The Corvette Z06 of the 7th generation is the result of consistent further development to become a super sports car made in the USA. The data speaks for itself: 659 hp and 881 Nm from a 6.2 liter supercharged V8 are a clear announcement for the competition.


227 km/h

1.15 g (lateral)

-1.09 g (longitudinal)

Porsche Cayman GT4 2015

385 HP | 420 NM | 1,415 kg

With the GT4, Porsche presented a GT sports car based on the Cayman for the first time in 2015. With a lap time of 7 minutes and 40 seconds on the Nürburgring-Nordschleife, the Cayman GT4 placed itself as a new reference at the top of its market segment.


210 km/h

1.28 g (lateral)

-1.18 g (longitudinal)

Audi R8 V10 Spyder 5.2 FSI quattro S tronic

540 HP | 540 NM | 1,765 kg

The new R8 Spyder V10 combines impressive performance, sporty elegance and the fascination of open-top driving. 540 PS and all-wheel drive catapult the R8 Spyder V10 from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.6 seconds with the top down.


222 km/h

1.07 g (lateral)

-1.05 g (longitudinal)

Mercedes AMG E 63 S 4MATIC+

612 HP | 850 NM | 1,950 kg

AMG's interpretation of an everyday sedan car as a super sports car leaves nothing to be desired and makes the asphalt glow: 4matic +, 612 hp & 850 Nm ensure endless propulsion and crack the 100 mark in 3.4 seconds.


229 km/h

0.89 g (lateral)

-1.06 g (longitudinal)

Corvette C7 Stingray

466 HP | 630 NM | 1,539 kg

The compact small-block V8 engine had been one of the characteristic features of the Corvette series since the late 1950s. Chevrolet also remained true to this tradition in the C7 generation of the model.


215.2 km/h


Corvette C6 Z06

512 HP | 637 NM | 1,420 kg

With its 512 hp (377 kW) 7.0-liter LS7 engine, the racing chassis, the aluminum frame produced by internal high-pressure forming and the body with CFRP elements, the Z06 was the fastest, most technically advanced model in the then 53-year-old Corvette -History.


224 km/h

1.14 g (lateral)

-1.08 g (longitudinal)

Nissan GT-R (2010)

485 HP | 588 NM | 1,735 kg

The Nissan GT-R "Godzilla" is a 2 + 2-seater sports coupe produced by the Japanese car manufacturer Nissan since December 2007. It is the successor to the Nissan Skyline GT-R R34.


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Ferrari 430 Scuderia

510 HP | 470 NM | 1,350 kg

The 430 Scuderia, Ferrari does without the F here. Based on the Ferrari F430 it is Ferrari's answer to the Porsche 911 GT3 RS and the Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera. It was introduced at the IAA 2007 and is the street version of the F430 Challenge.


No figures

Porsche GT3 (997-MK2)

435 HP | 430 NM | 1,395 kg

The GT3 is the "street version" of the 911 GT3 Cup racing car currently used in the Carrera Cup and has only been modified to the extent necessary for everyday use and road approval. In the 4th generation, it produces 435 hp from 3.8 litres of engine capacity.


214 km/h

1.23 g (lateral)

-0.99 g (longitudinal)

BMW M2 Coupe DKG

370 HP | 465 NM | 1,595 kg

BMW's power dwarf for brand fans who mourn the small compact sports cars. Except for the engine, all components come from M3 and M4 and were adapted for the M2 for pure driving pleasure. 370 hp and DKG allow the standard sprint to be completed in 4.3 seconds and turn the beefy compact into a driving machine with enough "joy in driving".


215 km/h

1.18 g (lateral)

-1.1 g (longitudinal)

Mercedes AMG C63 S Coupe (2019)

510 HP | 700 NM | 1,805 kg

The AMG C 63 S Coupe stands for visible and tangible performance at a high level. The masculine design has been sharpened again with the model update and is more striking and expressive than ever and the Panamericana grill sends a clear message. Even if the current C63, like many others, fell victim to downsizing, it still draws its irrepressible strength from 8 cylinders and gives goose bumps right from the start.


222 km/h

1.06 g (lateral)

-1.04 g (longitudinal)

BMW M4 Coupe DKG

431 HP | 550 NM | 1,615 kg

With the M4, for the first time in BMW history, the  the coupe based on the 3 series was given its own type designation in order to numerically manifest the claim to a higher league. But much more important: the first M3 / M4 with turbo ... and two of them!


214 km/h

1.1 g (lateral)

-1.08 g (longitudinal)

Porsche 718 Boxster GTS (2018)

365 HP | 430 NM | 1,450 kg

With the current Boxster 718, Porsche's turbocharged 4-cylinder engines are used for the first time. With the GTS, Porsche is putting together a sporty package that makes it the top model in the series.


213 km/h

1.08 g (lateral)

-1.04 g (longitudinal)

Ford GT40

470 HP | 645 NM | 1,200kg

The GT40 was Ford's answer to Ferrari's dominance in endurance racing in the 1960s. In 1966, this culminated in triple victories at the 24 Hours of Daytona, the 12 Hours of Sebring and above all through the legendary triple triumph in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, which were won four times in a row.


208.3 km/h

1.22 g (lateral)

-0.84 g (longitudinal)

Jaguar F-Type R

550 HP | 680 NM | 1,650 kg

The Jaguar F‑TYPE R is equipped with the extremely powerful 5.0 liters supercharged V8 petrol engine from Jaguar, which accelerates you from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.1 seconds - thanks to 550 hp and a torque of 680 Nm.


221.5 km/h

Audi R8 Spyder 5.2 FSI quattro

525 HP | 530 NM | 1,800 kg

In the Audi R8 Spyder, the 525 hp V10 engine, which also powers the Italo brother Lamborghini Gallardo LP 560-4, ensures a very special open-air concert. But the luxury athlete also cuts a good figure on the racetrack.


217.9 km/h

Alfa 4C

240 HP | 350 NM | 895 kg

The Alfa Romeo 4C is a sports car from the Italian automobile brand Alfa Romeo in a lightweight construction that could finally arouse emotions in the Alfisti again.


200.1 km/h

JAGUAR F-Type V8 S 5.0 Cabriolet

495 HP | 625 NM | 1,670 kg

Jaguar's reinterpretation of a roadster in a classic style: A well-kept racer with endless power, wonderful V8 sound and lots of driving fun.


217 km/h

1.08 g (lateral)

-1.08 g (longitudinal)

FORD Mustang GT Convertible (2018)

450 HP | 530 NM | 1,780kg

You can confidently call the Mustang an icon! Because when you think of American cars, he inevitably comes to mind as the founder of the so-called "pony cars". Even if one, especially in Europe, with 450 HP is certainly more inclined to think of a "muscle car".


210 km/h

1.02 g (lateral)

-0.89 g (longitudinal)

BMW Z4 Mcoupe

343 HP | 365 NM | 1,420 kg

A coupe like in the picture book: long snouts, sitting position almost on the rear axle - the 3.2 liter S54, adored by BMW fans, ensures unmistakable driving pleasure.


203 km/h

1.14 g (lateral)

-1.01 g (longitudinal)

BMW 435i mit M-Performance Kit

340 HP | 450 NM | 1,585 kg

The BMW 4 Series Coupé is characterized by powerful aesthetics and sporty dynamics. Thanks to the optionally available M Performance Kit, the 3l twin-scroll turbo inline six-cylinder delivers 340 hp & 450 Nm which makes the athlete sprint to 100 in 5.1 seconds.


203.7 km/h

1.03 g (lateral)

-0.92 g (longitudinal)

MINI Cooper S mit JCW Kit

250 HP / 300 NM / 1,200 kg

With the John Cooper Works Kit, BMW doped the MINI Cooper S optionally with 210 instead of 163 hp, sports brakes, differential lock and a sports exhaust for the race track.


185.7 km/h

1.2 g (lateral)

-0.95 g (longitudinal)

Mercedes C450 AMG / AMG C43

367 HP | 520 NM | 1,615 kg

The Mercedes C450 AMG / AMG C43 closes the gap between the normal road models and the brute C63 AMG. The 4-matic ensures perfect traction and thanks to AMG Ride Control, AMG sports steering and the improved engine, it has great potential as a fun car..


204 km/h

1.15 g (lateral)

-0.98 g (longitudinal)

BMW 135i Coupe

350 HP | 450 NM | 1,560 kg

BMW's 1-series coupe with top-of-the-range engine delivers 306 hp of power from a 3-liter six-cylinder with bi-turbo and rear-wheel drive in the compact class. In 2007, BMW returned to its roots with this model, building nippy, sporty coupes in the spirit of the 2002 turbo.


207 km/h

1.22 g (lateral)

-1.16 g (longitudinal)

BMW X6 M (E71)

555 HP | 680 NM | 2,380 kg

With the X6, BMW founded its own vehicle category in 2008, the so-called SAC (Sports Activity Coupe). The X6 M was the first to have a supercharged engine in a BMW M-GmbH vehicle. The all-wheel drive system xDrive was also used here for the first time.


198 km/h

1.04 g (lateral)

-1.02 g (longitudinal)

BMW Z3 MCoupe

321 HP | 350 NM | 1,430 kg

As strong as a Porsche 911 and short as a VW Polo. Its look could have been created by a comic artist. Its design polarizes. The BMW M Coupé is one of the last rockers on four wheels.


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Opel Astra OPC

320 HP | 450 NM | 1,550 kg

280 hp, 400 Nm, 250 km/h: The new Opel Astra OPC is the fastest production Astra of all time and cuts an equally good figure in everyday life as it does on the Nordschleife, which it completes in 8:20.


190 km/h

1.01 g (lateral)

-0.71 g (longitudinal)

MINI John Cooper Works GP

218 HP / 260 NM / 1,235 kg

The GP special model based on the John Cooper Works is Mini’s fastest production car ever and was specially modified for trackday use.


180.6 km/h

1.05 g (lateral)

-0.85 g (longitudinal)

Skoda Octavia RS

220 HP | 350 NM | 1,460 kg

Skoda's "magic hood GTI". The 2 liter GTI engine ensures good propulsion and gives the everyday station wagon the necessary temperament to take a detour along the country road when shopping at the weekend.


181 km/h

0.89 g (lateral)

-0.72 g (longitudinal)

Toyota Prius

113 HP | 478 NM | 1,375 kg

The second version of the Toyota Prius, launched in 2003, was the first large-series car with hybrid drive on the German market and is regarded as the automotive originator of "environmentally conscious driving". Car of the year 2005.


138.6 km/h

0.94 g (lateral)

-0.69 g (longitudinal)

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