Now, the Rennsport badge means the flat-six wielders were born with the Green Hell genes, but what about the slab of America?
Well, the 'Vette we have here belongs to the C6 generation and it packs a few goodies on top of the Z06 go-fast layer that came from the factory. For one thing, its seven-liter V8 has been pushed to 590 hp, so the thing easily outmuscles its German opponents.
Of course, this is the Nordschleife we're talking about, so the handling bits are more important than a trip to the gym. Fortunately for the car, its owner likes to blitz the infamous German track on a regular basis, hence the special treatment mentioned above.
To be more precise, the Chevrolet Corvette Z06 received a Bilstein MDS suspension, while it now talks to the road via Michelin Cup 2 rubber. In such scenarios, the driver mod also makes a huge difference and since the guy behind the wheel is a Ring Wolf, the Chevrolet had to problem giving the Porsches a hard time.
The Z06 also serves as the camera car for the piece of footage documenting the Ring sandwich - the front camera focused on the 997-generation GT3 RS, while the rear one allows us to check out the PDK model pushing from behind.
And yes, the V8 soundtrack of the clip is every bit as glorious as you'd expect.