2000WHP Dodge Viper Takes to the Streets

It’s on like hotcakes! Ride along as the 1320 Video cameraman takes the reigns of this beast of a Calvo Motorsports built Dodge Viper for some amazing street hits (in Mexico). The first item on tonight’s agenda is a grudge race between this extraordinary Dodge Viper and an equally impressive (2000hp) Nissan GTR. After that, the owner has promised to hand the wheel over to Jay Maybe for a few hits of his own. Too much pressure? We’ll see. Even in stock trim, the Dodge Viper is one of the most capable cars on the planet. Well, this one has Read More

Ferrari F8 Tributo Delivered to DragTimes

Watch the brand new 710 HP 2020 Ferrari F8 Tributo come off the truck with an overview of the spec and features of Ferrari’s latest supercar. Also included is a surprise preview from Savage Garage with their new Pagani Huayra Tempesta.    

Homemade Rail Job with Turbo V8 – Track Dig and Roll

Rail job, dune buggy or stick car – whatever you choose to call it, this thing is put together with a purpose. Dubbed Frankenstein, this homemade cart is taking part in Denver’s Street Car Takeover, but this guy drives it on the street all the time. Come on and let’s take a closer look. The car is totally homemade and it’s a rear-engine setup. It started as a Volkswagen takeoff but this guy needed a little more bang for the buck. After extending the engine cradle, he found a 5.3-liter Chevy LS V8 engine and outfitted it with a 76-millimeter Read More

Street Drag – McLaren 720S vs. Jeep Trackhawk

Today, we are taking a ride along with Forza Tuning and Performance founder and President Brenton Brown in a McLaren 720S. Brenton is an entrepreneur, a father and one of the leading performance gurus in the nation. Just for kicks, Brenton is putting the McLaren up against a stock Jeep Trackhawk in a drag race (on a closed course). Let’s see what he thinks about this British beauty and what it can do with the most powerful production SUV on the planet. With the capacity to produce 710hp and 568 lb.-ft. of torque, the McLaren 720S is by any standard Read More

West Texas Style – $3000 Small Tire Street Digs

This is how they do Cash Days in West Texas. In typical street racing fashion, the rules are simple. Every competitor pays an entry fee. The overall winner takes home all the cash. Don’t cut the light early, don’t cross the center line and be first to cross the finish line. Follow that formula for more rounds than everybody else and you win the money. Simple, huh? Let’s see about that. In Round One, we have a classic Gen II GTO versus a Mazda Miata with a turbocharged LS engine. The Pontiac gets the holeshot on the Mazda which knocks Read More

Street Digs – Trackhawk vs. Corvette and Nitrous F-150

Time to hit the streets (of Mexico) for some hardcore dig racing for cash. Tonight’s competitors are a rowdy bunch of knuckle busting gearheads so get ready for some trash talking and some intense driving. Buckle up! The all-wheel drive Jeep Trackhawk is the most powerful production SUV ever made. Under the hood is a supercharged 6.2-liter HEMI V8 engine that can generate 707hp and 645 lb.-ft. of torque. In stock trim the Jeep Trackhawk can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in only 3.5-seconds and turn the quarter mile in 11.7-seconds @ 116 mph. The Trackhawk in this video Read More

King of the Bakery SCT Denver – TT UGR Huracan vs. 2000HP GTR

Greetings drag racing fans, roll racing aficionados and gearheads of every ilk. Welcome to the Bandemere Raceway in Denver, Colorado for Street Car Takeover (SCT). On the agenda for today is the King of the Bakery Roll Racing event. On hand are many top-tier competitors including a contingent of Lamborghini entries from Underground Racing (UGR) as well as Precision Performance and Coatings (PPC). Let’s zoom in. Beginning with the Nissan from PPC; it has a built 3.8-liter engine with Boost Logic 68-millimeter turbocharger kit. Making 60 psi of boost, this GTR makes approximately 2,000hp and has posted a best quarter Read More

Camaro SS vs. Porsche Panamera – Street Hits

As competitors gather for some street hits in the interstate (south of the border), we come across a matchup that can only be described as unlikely. A tuned Porsche Panamera with bolt-ons has been called out by a Camaro SS owner. The Camaro is also tuned with bolt-ons and he’s running E85 fuel. The Porsche is running on high-octane pump gas. Let’s have a closer look. The Chevrolet is powered by a naturally aspirated and direct injected 6.2-liter V8 engine. The car has been tuned and has many bolt-on mods, including a set of long tube exhaust headers. In stock Read More

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