Plenty of car companies claim their road cars use race-inspired technology.
Normally that's just marketing spin, but Nissan's barnstorming GT-R sports car is probably more advanced than most race cars.
Even so, it won't help you drive like the chap in the video above.
Nissan's motorsport arm NISMO is fielding a GT-R in the Blancpain GT Series, an endurance series racing on tracks around the globe.
Alex Buncombe, the driver racing above, is one of the handful of drivers who made it through the GT Academy series into actual racing.
The aim is to turn video gamers into real racing drivers, and if Al's first lap at Monza is anything to go by, it's been an unmitigated success.
He started the race in 32nd position out of 44 cars - but as you'll see in the video above, he puts in quite a bit of work to end the lap in 13th position.
Just don't try this on the M25. Even if you have a Nissan GT-R...