Not bad for the Nissan to stick with the Caddy with a 165 hp disadvantage. Even though the Caddy only had one car length at the end of the quarter, I bet if the cars kept going that the Caddy would keep pulling on it thought. Those are some fat tires on the Cadillac.
A little bit of weight difference also, the V wagon is around 4400lbs and the Nissan GT-R is only 3800lbs.
The 600lbs will cost the V wagon 0.6 in the 1/4 or make the GT-R 0.6 faster either way the four wheel
drive is the killer I would think. Many of us V drivers know that traction is just not there in these cars.

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