The new Toyota GT86 and Subaru BRZ haven't been visible for long, but the marques' newest sports car scored a major coup on the weekend when it won two separate classes at the 40th ADAC 24 Hours Nürburgring race, including the V3 class for production machines.
In all, it was a huge validation of the handling and horsepower of the new machine on what is generally regarded as the most demanding racetrack in the world.
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The GAZOO Racing Toyota GT86 took the win in the SP3 class, completing 129 laps of the legendary circuit, finishing in 46th place overall.
In the "close-to-production" V3 class, first place was taken by the Toyota Swiss Racing GT86, completing 119 laps, and finishing in 78th place.
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