Analysis of the record lap video suggests sloppy editing, leaving some sections missing and others shown twice.

Alfa Romeo's record-setting Stelvio Quadrifoglio Nurburgring lap has quickly sparked doubts as Bridge to Gantry highlights evidence of sloppy and inconsistent video editing.The video analysis uncovers several sections in which the Alfa 'teleports' several seconds down the road. In other sections, the video appears to rewind and cover the same spot, such as the 2km sign, from two different angles.

"In other words, it's a fake video," says Bridge to Gantry. "Maybe, maybe the car did the laptime."

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles claims the SUV lapped the 'Ring in 7:51.7, shaving nearly 25 seconds off the Range Rover SVR's previous benchmark.

The video uproar echoes Lamborghini's 6:52.01 lap in the Huracan Performante. Doubters again found inconsistencies with the in-car video, however Lamborghini eventually dispelled the criticisms by showing telemetry data from the record run.