that was a coolvid. very nice cars. i would hand most of the NSX's performance to the driver with his experience and skill.
i just took bob BONDURANT's racing school in phoenix last week and learned all the cornering techniiqus/hell toe shifting and such. and the NSX guy performed mostly flawless to every degree.
phoenix, AZ. BONURANT.com . Big school. they were sponsored for ford for a long ass time and have lotsa of mustang GTs with new suspension and exhasut/air systems. also smaller F1 style cars, fast as hell. lots of crown vic interceptors . the odd classic car.
their new sponsorship is GM. they use C5 corvettes, or cadillac CTSs, Z06, pontaic grand prix, and a couple other cars. lots of different classes to take, i suggest reading the site.
my family and i took a custom course because my dad had takin racing stuff there a few years back. cost quite a bit and dont want to disclose. 2 days of solid learning/track racing we got. it was shortened to only corvette coursed stuff. skid pad and sutff. one whole day of track racing tho. it was a great damn time.
Wow nice vid It seems that the NSX did pretty well around the corners infact it caught the Lambo's around the windy sections, but when it hit the straights the Lambo's pulled away again, what sorta motors do the Lambo's have, 8 or 12 cylinders? Still the NSX seemed to match up well against the other cars!
V10 and V12 respectively, displacement and power output is at least 100% greater in either comparison. The NSX-R was driven by one of the best though, no questions there to guess why they put up such a great show.