We're used to seeing the Ford F-150 SVT Raptor in its natural habitat, whether it's barreling down a dirt road or negotiating an impossibly tricky boulder-filled trail. But how would it perform on a world-class track normally graced by Ferraris, Audis, and Porsches?
That's exactly what race car driver Tanner Foust wanted to find out while on a trip to Germany's popular Nuerburgring race track. Ford provided the Raptor SuperCrew, which is featured in the video below. The big truck stood almost twice as high as the other sports cars at the track, and it looked even more out of place navigating the 'Ring's tight turns.
The Raptor ended its day at the 'Ring unscathed, and Foust managed to lap a Porsche and clock in a lap time of about 9:48. It's a slow time indeed. That said, perhaps now would be a good time for Ford to reconsider the resurrection of the SVT Lightning. -- Erick Ayapana
Source: Ford via YouTube