Thanks to the partition between street-legal cars and race cars at Curbstone Track Events this year, the fun of driving can be increased for all participants. It goes without saying that vehicles with track adjustment are able to do faster laps. It is natural, therefore that the organization created these two separate series. If nothing else, it increases the safety for drivers who have a rather “normal” sports car.

Among the cars were several Ferrari’s, one of them a 458 Speciale, and of course a large number of Porsche’s. With Porsche still being the number one car for track days we spotted multiple GT3’s and GT3 RS’s from several generations. Furthermore we saw two GT3 RS 4.0 and a few Turbo’s. Most eye catching was the Dodge Viper ACR Nürburgring Edition that set a time of 7.12.13 minutes at the legendary Nordschleife.

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