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7m 33sec ...
Expecting 7m 27sec :surprise:

From the website Blastingnews :

Using Google translate:

"We had mentioned in recent days between Alfa's intentions for the coming weeks there is also to improve the lap record track that Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio has made last September in the German circuit of Nurburgring. To pass the time of 7'39 ", which unofficially was already beaten by about 3/2 over the past few days, we will use a model with Giulia Quadrifoglio Zf8 automatic transmission. This vehicle should improve in the coming weeks that time of approximately 10 seconds . Someone comes to hypothesize also that the clock can be increased to 7'27 ". This will be possible, it seems, also because of the removal of some speed limits in some parts of the track.

From clubalfa it

"We had hinted in recent days that Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio with automatic transmission Zf8 prepares to take to the track at the Nurburgring to beat his lap track record, made in the month of September, with the version with manual transmission. Today we show you a preview of the first images of this model Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio, shooting directly at the famous German circuit. Photos directly from Facebook page 'Alfa Romeo Project 952'. This model in the coming days should be involved in a significant improvement of the record, that she herself has created in September, surpassing that of another famous model, which is part of the same category.
Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio Zf8 continues the aging tests

As we reported earlier there are rumors that the record has already been improved by three seconds but this new result, achieved in recent weeks has not been registered. The objective is in fact exceed the previous time of 7'39 "at least ten seconds. It is a result of an easily accessible from this model with Zf8 automatic transmission, which should ensure an additional quantum leap in terms of performance sedans 'D' in its most sporty version. In addition we also remember that compared to September, in the German track were removed some seats speed limits above. Even then, this should allow the new Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio with automatic transmission Zf8 to improve much this time, and in September he exalt all of Alfa fans."
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