A news came from the famous sports car manufacturer Porsche from Germany, they are said to feel bored with their car test area located in Weissach, and the Nurburgring is considered not to be used to drive their car to the summit abilities. To overcome these problems Porsche is rumored to have been poured so much money to buy a circular tracks the longest in Europe.
Porsche parties confirmed this news, and said it has officially purchased the world famous Nardo test track Technical Center is located in Italy. This circuit has a track along seven miles, and not only that, four oval track is also available and allows the car to run up to speeds of 240 km / h. In addition Nardo Technical Center also has seven additional circuitry is equipped with a variety of conditions such as bumpy, rocky, and the hollow is also available to test the noise level at high speeds, handling, performance on the road off-road, and braking systems.
Purchase of a new test track is put Porsche one level above its competitors such as Lamborghini, Volkswagen, and Bugati could well save the cost of testing. The cars made by Porsche does have a speed above the speed of the average car, but when compared to the Lamborghini, Ferrari, Porsche and McLaren clearly lags behind.
Perhaps with the purchase of a new test track is Porsche wants to make a car that has more performance or can even flirt with 200 mph top speed figures, may be difficult, yet it is an idea worth considering in order to compete with its rivals.