Video: The Viper ACR-X laps the Nürburgring Nordschleife in 7:03.

The track-ready Viper ACR-X heads to Germany for a record-setting lap on the Nürburgring Nordschleife.
Posted on Feb 21, 2012

The twists and turns at Nürburgring are no match for the muscle-flexing SRT Viper ACR-X. Time and time again the Viper has set records at the famed German circuit. Backed by amazing people and phenomenal engineering, our future looks promising.

When it comes to mainstream non-street legal cars, the Viper ACR-X sits atop the charts at Nürburgring, lapping the "Green Hell" in 7:03.058. The monumental run surmounted a 10-second advantage over its road-going sibling – the SRT Viper ACR. Viper fans know the ACR-X as the mandated vehicle for all race teams that compete in the SRT Viper Cup.

The SRT Viper ACR-X comes equipped with a Viper V-10 engine that whips out 650 horsepower. The ACR-X is also fitted with a track-tuned suspension, modified headers, a low-restriction exhaust system, factory-designed roll cage, fuel cell and a race seat.

There is no match when seeking to test every facet of a vehicle than taking to the Nürburgring Nordschleife. As always, the Viper SRT passes with flying colors, setting the bar higher with each pass.

The following clip comes courtesy of the Viper Club of America. Visit the VCA's eStore to own your own copy of this pass and the monumental 2011 Viper ACR Nordschleife run.

Photo credit: Maurice Liang at


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