Last weekend, 198 cars raced in the 38th Nürburgring 24-hour race in Germany. AutoWeek motorsports editor Mac Morrison was on the ground there soaking it all in, and came back with this outstanding on-board video shot from the cockpit of a Porsche 911 GT3 RS. The car--co-driven by racing drivers Patrick Simon and Roland Asch, along with European journalists Chris Harris and Horst von Saurma--was completely stock, save for slick racing tires. Of course, we’ve all seen plenty of on-board footage from the legendary circuit, but we never get tired of it--and this is one of the best-quality examples we’ve come across. For the ‘Ring 24, you will note, the competitors tackle not only the 13-plus-mile-long Nordschleife, but also the modern Grand Prix layout, which together create a wicked 15.769-mile lap. Take note of the brake and throttle applications shown here, then fire up your PS3 or XBox and see how you compare. Enjoy.