Most would think that a Red Bull F1 car would most certainly be faster than any production vehicle, but the Rimac Nevera and McMurtry Spierling have other things in mind. More specifically, we’re looking at the Red Bull RB8, which is powered by a Renault RS27-2012 2.4L V8 engine making 750 hp, mated to a 7-speed, hydraulic power shift gearbox.
Now the Rimac Nevera has four electric motors generating a combined 1,914 hp and 1,714 lb-ft of torque, enabling it to hit 60 mph in a mere 1.74-seconds. The sleeper vehicle in this race would most certainly be the McMurtry Spierling, which weighs less than 2,200 pounds and makes at least 1,000 hp. Let’s just say that you want a vehicle with a high top speed when you’re up against the McMurtry, and there’s just one in this group that can hit 258 mph.
- This LEGO Technic F1 set for adults features a detailed model replica car of McLaren’s 2022 F1 car
- The LEGO designers worked closely with the team at McLaren Racing, developing their version of the car at the same time for the 2022 race season
- Includes features like the V6 cylinder engine with moving pistons, steering, suspension and differential for precision cornering