Nissan GT-R Track Pack Tears Up the Goodwood Hill

When carmakers bring a vehicle to the Goodwood Festival of Speed, they want to make sure it gets noticed, so the driver that gets to take it up the Hill has two simple instructions: floor it and don’t crash (apparently, some don’t follow the second).
This is also what happened to the guy who got behind the wheel of Nissan’s new GT-R Track Pack, with the man inviting the sharpened supercar to devour the Goodwood Hillclimb tarmac. We’ve brought you a video (via Youtube user Schmee150) that shows the car’s run.

The Track Pack moniker is centered around the “less is more” principle, shedding some weight (15 kg or 33 lbs) and adds elements such as modified brake cooling ducts that keep the temperature under control better, as well as a revised suspension that allows Godzilla to be even quicker through the bends.
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