Enter the Hocheichen and descend with full throttle over a smallish bridge. Manage fifth gear before blasting up Quiddelbacher Hhe, the steepest climb of the circuit. This is a totally blind rise, the kind Hans Stuck would take at 120 mph. Slam the brake pedal so hard it pops a shoulder joint.

We enter the Flugplatz section deep into fourth. It's a double apex section. Tricky. Power-slide the Profile through this part. Next is the Schwedenkreuz, a fast, downhill section. Catch fifth gear. It ends in a few seconds and the Profile's big brakes are put to good use. Every lap is a different experience. Everyone should do at least 100.

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Ac Schnitzer Profile
Longitudinal front engine, rear-wheel drive
3.2-liter in-line six, dohc, 24-valve, ACS 'Active Breathing' airbox, exhaust, software
Six-speed manual, 3.91:1 final drive
ACS racing coilovers
Eight-piston calipers, 14.7-inch slotted rotors
*Wheels and Tires
ACS Type V, 9x20 (f), 10x20 (r)
Michelin Pilot Sport, 235/30 (f), 295/25 (r)
ACS front bumper, flared wheel arches, skirts, roof wing, decklid wing, carbon rear diffuser
Peak Power: 350 hp

AC Schnitzer North America: Claus Ettensberger Corporation
By Vincent Donizetti
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