Alfa Romeo Giulia Q and Porsche 911 GT3 RS Become the Prey of a Nurburgring Wolf

We've talked about Nurburgring Wolves on multiple occasions - you know, the kind of drivers who know the Nordschleife by heart and like to troll supercar drivers in their (usually modded) hot hatches.
Alfa Romeo Giulia Q and Porsche 911 GT3 RS Become the Prey of a Nurburgring Wolf 1 photo
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The piece of footage at the bottom of the page brings us the freshest example of this and the Ring Wolf who caught his adventure on camera had quite a prey.

The man came across the 503 hp (make that 510 PS if you're reading this from the metric system camp) Alfa Romeo Giulia Q, with a factory driver flogging the sedan on the Green Hell.

As those of you who keep track know, the Giulia Q holds the 'Ring record for the fastest rear-wheel-drive sedan, being able to lap the Nordschleife in 7:39.

Well, as xthilox, the Ring Wolf in question, explains, Afla's driver was pushing the car in a respectable manner, but the joy didn't last for too long.

"I was happy to meet the all new 510hp ALFA ROMEO GIULIA QUADRIFOGLIO (industry pool testdriver) - they drove it pretty hard and i enjoyed to watch but sadly they slowed down after a big moment at flugplatz (dirt in the fast curve)," the man explained.

Fortunately, the hunt was far from over, as the predator came across a 911 GT3 RS PDK. Dressed in Ultraviolet Blue, the Neunelfer wasn't difficult to keep track of.

The driver of the Rennsport machine tries to get away from the Wolf's SEAT Leon Cupra 290, but after the manic hatch managed to stay in the supercar's rear-view mirror for long enough, the Porsche driver gave up, allowing the hatchback to pass.

For the record, the man was on a mission, namely to complete his 8-minute lap. Fret not, safety advocates, the driver has this chapter covered, as he has updated the brakes and installed a rollcage, for instance (given his rush, we don't mind the typo in the image above).

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