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Old 27th May 2008, 01:54   #1
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Video: Ferrari 599 GTB F1 vs BMW M5 Touring Supersprint 50-280 km/h

Video: Ferrari 599 GTB F1 vs BMW M5 Touring Supersprint from 50-280 km

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Just what I expected...

You really can't mess with a 600+ hp V12 that revs to 8400 RPM. I'd take that car over an Enzo. Imagine our M5's with 2 more cylinders
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The 599 is incredibly fast and refined! I drove one a couple of weeks ago at a World Class Driving Experience event in Carmel, CA.

The 599 is sick! The car has unbelievable power, and it shifts VERY fast and smooth.

In my opinion, the 599 is in a completely different league!
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can't see the video... (video is no longer available ??)

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Beautiful car and amazing performance. That thing makes the m5 look slow.
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The 599 is my dream car.
Sat in 1 last year at the New York Auto Show.
Looks, performance and luxury. Probably 1 of the best gt's ever.
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And mind you that this BMW M5 Touring was tuned and it runs almost identcial to a stock BMW M6. so it is very fast to be an M5 Touring. But I agree, the Ferrari 599 was on a whole other different level.

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I thought the 599 would have gotten a bigger jump off the line.

But yeah, that car is insane. I love them.
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^ Nice one Scott!!!!!!!!! LOL!!

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