NthMoto’s twin-turbocharged Dodge Viper may not look too flashy, but it’s definitely one of the world’s fastest. The 8.4L V10 engine has been boosted to 2,571 hp and 2,009 lb-ft of torque when running 117 octane racing fuel, mated to a sequential transmission, enabling it to complete a 60mph-130mph sprint in a mere 3-seconds.
The all-new Lamborghini Huracán GT3 EVO2, designed and developed by Squadra Corse of Sant’Agata Bolognese, is basically a track-ready race car. It’s based on the Huracán STO, which means it is rear-wheel drive only, and sports a naturally aspirated V10 engine, which in the road version delivers 640 horsepower.
The Tesla Model S Plaid is currently the world’s fastest EV around Germany’s Nürburgring, but can it compete with a 2,500 hp donk? The latter is basically a 1971 Chevy Impala powered by a heavily tuned turbocharged LS7 V8 engine sourced from a C6 Corvette Z06, all the while riding on 26-inch wheels, which is definitely an unusual sight at the drag strip.
To celebrate the Australian Grand Prix this weekend in Melbourne, LEGO teamed up with McLaren to build a life-sized F1 car using 288,315 parts. It took a team of 27 brick artists a total of 1,893-hours to build 18.7-foot long and 7.9-foot wide race car.
Its official, the Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series and GT 63 S 4MATIC+ are the new safety cars for the 2022 F1 season. One thing you might notice that is different from the past might be the lack of a light bar on the roof, and that’s because the signaling has been moved to the upper area of the windscreen, while the rearward-facing lights have been seamlessly integrated into the rear spoiler.