The Koenigsegg One:1 (pronounced one-to-one) is referred to as a “mega-car” instead of a supercar. In this clip, from the VMAX 200 Hypermax event near London, England, you will observe it taking on supercars from all over the globe and winning at speeds of around 225 mph. While it is not the quickest from the line, its winning power-to-weight-ratio eventually overcomes most competitors near the quarter-mile mark. As the name implies, this mega-car is the only production car in existence to boast one megawatt of horsepower. A megawatt of power indicates that the One:1 produces one pferdestarke (.986 hp) per Read More
Two things about the Bay area: it is very windy there most of the time and they know how to host a spectacular supercar event. The Bay Area Racing Channel presents this awesome video (if you are a Lamborghini fan) of a Huracan absolutely annihilating a SRT Viper T/A. In all fairness the Viper never seems to gain traction in the right lane, but that is all part of drag racing, right? Despite similar horsepower ratings between the two cars (610 for the Huracan and 640 for the Viper), the Lambo appears to dominate this contest. Potential advantages for the Read More
Take a gander at this Swedish supercar as it tows the line against a Ferrari LaFerrari, a Porsche 918 Spyder, and finally against a Ferrari 458 Speciale. The VMAX200 Hypermax, held on a private runway near London, England, is a top speed driving event geared towards the world’s most exotic automobiles. Over a billion dollars worth of rolling-stock regularly participates in this contest that tries the limitations of sports cars such as the McLaren P1 and the Koenigsegg CCX, as well as various Bugatti, Ferrari, Porsche, and Lamborghini models. The Koenigsegg Agera N, shown in this video, has been modified from stock. It features Read More
Check out our next event January 18th, 2015 at Palm Beach International Raceway over at StreetCarDrags.com If you want to watch or race heads up with other High Performance and Exotic Street Cars, then mark your calendar for Sunday, January, 18, 2015. Lamborghini’s vs Ferrari’s; ZL1’s vs Shelby’s; Challenger’s vs Camaro’s; ZR1’s vs McLaren’s ..and much more. This event is held only once a year, and racer spots sold out fast. We limit the number of racers, so participants can have a full day racing. Also, this year we will have a “call out” board set up at the base of the drag tower Read More
We attended the Toy Rally this weekend benefiting the Toys for Tots with over 260 exotic cars running from the Diplomat Golf and Country Club to Ferrari Fort Lauderdale and then up to each lunch inside the Good Year Blimp Hanger. Take a look through some pics form this amazing event!
We attended the 2014 Exotic Car Poker Run this year put on by the Ferrari Club of South Florida to benefit the American Cancer Society. The winner was Nick (Orange UGR Lamborghini Gallardo) with an Ace high heart flush won a 2 night stay at the W with Spa package, a Ferrari loaner for the weekend, dinner and more!
An AMS upgraded Nissan GT-R easily broke all current Nissan GT-R (R35) drag racing records by running a 9.9 @ 146.96 MPH at the TX2K10 event at Lonestar Motorsports Park in Sealy, Texas. While there have been many advances and battles for the most powerful GT-Rs on the dyno, most haven’t been able to back up the dyno numbers at the track. Only until recently have SSP (10.2 @ 136 MPH) and now AMS been able to put down some amazing real world performance numbers for the GT-R. This GT-R is running upgraded stock turbochargers spiking to 28 psi and holding Read More
We were at the 2010 Palm Beach Supercar Experience Weekend and took a few pictures of the amazing group of Supercars setup along Flagler street in Palm Beach. Check out the gallery by clicking on the image below:
We put up a few hundred pictures from our trip to the 2009 SEMA Show!
Optima Batteries has extremely rare vintage racing muscle car on display at their booth for the 2009 SEMA show, a 1970 Boss 302 Mustang. This Boss 302 Mustang was completed in June 1971 as a new car for George Follmer and was one of four uni-body chassis assemblies instead of a semi-completed production car and never received a serial number. These 4 cars are significant in that they were stamped out of thin-gauge sheet metal instead of being acid-dipped for lightness. They are also the only Bud Moore Engineering cars built from 1970 model bodywork. Some muscle car enthusiasts at Read More