All with video to back them up, these are some of the quickest production cars to ever lap Germany's most famous, difficult track.
When it comes to performance cars, these two can't be much more different.
It might look vaguely like a Focus, but underneath, it's a mid-engine, all-wheel-drive rocket ship.
At 255.5 mph, this GT-R, built by English Racing, is now the fastest car ever in the standing half-mile.
In a world saturated with high-horsepower GT-Rs, this one still manages to get our attention.
It has the suspension, body, and wheels from the flagship NISMO, but retains the 565-horsepower twin-turbo V6 from the base GT-R.
Audi's performance station wagon runs neck and neck with Nissan's Godzilla. Which is pretty amazing in itself.
The Track Edition will gets the standard GT-R engine, but the suspension, body, and wheels from the more hardcore NISMO trim.
One of Japan's best all-wheel-drive cars meets the dirt, and it's just as exciting as you'd expect.
Meet the specialists.
Their stats are surprisingly similar on paper, but which one wins in the real world?
Take your GT-R to VIR.
It just did a 7.14-second quarter mile at 212 mph.
At 209 mph, no less.
I mean, it does have all-wheel-drive.
Okay, the 597-hp Audi RS6 Avant Performance isn't your average station wagon. But this is still amazing.
An Australian shop didn't get enough power out of the 86's stock flat-four. They then proceeded to go insane.
Thankfully nobody was hurt when this GT-R lost control at the end of a half-mile drag race.
Can the mighty Godzilla compete with the utter perfection of the R34 Skyline GT-R?
It may be aging, but in the hands of a skilled driver, the GT-R is still clearly one of the fastest track cars you can buy.
Don't go into this with preconceived notions.
Interviewing the driver who helped bring forth the dawn of Japanese motorsport.
An aging Godzilla gets one last update.
The GT-R's 2.0-liter inline-six deserves to sing like it does here.
Nissan hasn't confirmed anything yet, but it sure sounds like the R36 GT-R will be a hybrid.