The video offers us an in-car view, so you can almost feel the way in which the whole car is sweating when going through the Carousel, for instance - hopefully, the re's no cargo in the back.
Since van drivers, regardless of their actual occupation, spend plenty of time inside their vehicles, we think it's only natural for these guys to take the manhandling game to a whole new level. Heck, we could even go for a far stretch and expect such track time to act as a defensive driving bonus, reducing the chances of a crash under normal driving conditions. Of course, this only applies to drivers who visit the track at least a few times per year.
And since we're talking about the Nurburgring, we have to also add a lap time. This Opel gets from Bridge to Gantry in 11:38, but we'll need a benchmark and van times aren't exactly a trend. However, we can use Sabine Schmitz's famous under-ten-minutes Ford Transit 'Ring challenge as the yardstick.
P.S.: You shouldn't expect van laps to be hassle-free and here's an example of how things can go wrong in a front-wheel-drive commercial vehicle such as the one we have here (yes, we're going to show you an Opel Vivaro Nurburgring crash).