McLaren 720S vs. Lambo – Interstate Street Hits

December 5th, 2018

Greetings racing fans! This video production features two of the most feared supercars on the street; rolling out for some racing action on the highway (of Mexico). There are multiple camera angles and some very competitive races. Some bonus cars show-up, too. There’s a Bullitt Ford Mustang (Gen VI), a McLaren 12C, and a handful of hot street bikes. So, it appears that after significant on-line posturing, a couple of gearheads have chosen a neutral QT parking lot as the staging area for a street (roll) race between a modified McLaren (full bolt-ons, high-performance exhaust, and a really good tune) Read More

Tesla Model X P100D vs Lamborghini Urus Showdown for the quickest SUV World Record

December 3rd, 2018

Watch the latest challenger, the all new Lamborghini Urus try and take down the Tesla Model X P100D ludicrous down the 1/4 mile at Palm Beach International Raceway. Buying a Tesla? Support DragTimes: http://ts.la/brooks7547     Looking for a Urus, duPont has a few! https://www.dupontregistry.com/autos/results/lamborghini/urus

Indy Airstrip Attack – Crazy Wing Vette Goes 235 MPH

November 3rd, 2018

Greetings racing fans and speed enthusiasts! Welcome to Marion, Indiana and the Shift S3ctor Indy Airstrip Attack Half-Mile. On hand are such giants as English Racing, Underground Racing, Dallas Performance, and Top Speed Motorsports; as well as some smaller teams and individuals. Today’s contest is all about top speed and these guys can really make it. Just when you thought you’d seen everything, you get out of the car to see a Honda Insight (hybrid) stroll through the half-mile with a top speed of 163 mph. The tiny car now has a K20 gasoline engine and a small turbocharger (instead Read More

Import vs. Domestic – Boosted Mustang vs. Lamborghini

October 31st, 2018

Check it our all you high rollers. We have some import versus domestic roll racing south of the border, down Mexico way. In a rolling version of Clash of the Titans, these modified chariots are all set to do battle on the interstate. The gloves are off as these purpose-built machines lock horns in brief but intense contests that will take these cars from 60 mph to 140 mph, before lining up to do it again. In our first dust-up, we have a Paxton Mustang running E85 fuel; rolling out against a twin turbo Lamborghini (750hp) with an EuroPower Stage Read More

Lamborghini Urus Launch Control Testing 0-60 MPH and 1/4 Mile

October 29th, 2018

We test the all new 650HP Lamborghini Urus and the results are impressive! Can it take down the current world record holder for the quickest SUV, the Tesla Model X P100D? Included are VBOX results for 0-60, 0-100, 100-200 kph, 60-130 MPH. Gear we use: https://goo.gl/4AczKS Subscribe to DragTimes for more: http://goo.gl/ZRnBRR  

8-Second Lamborghini – Ride Along Street Hits

October 27th, 2018

Today you will be taking a ride with Taylor from Dallas Performance. He will be driving a 2018 Lamborghini Huracan Performante with a Stage 3+ twin turbo kit. That includes a built bottom end, CNC ported cylinder heads and this thing eats up pavement like a hog eats corn. As the first order of business, this video flips through some dig passes in a second Lamborghini. Just a series of contested and uncontested quarter-mile runs; consistently in the 8-second range @ 175 mph. If that interests anyone – it should – because this car sounds amazing! Next, climb on board Read More

230 MPH Lamborghini vs. 1650whp Ford GT

September 28th, 2018

Greetings fellow racing aficionados to the standing half-mile event known as WannaGoFast Dallas. This contest of speed encompasses vehicles from 300hp to 3,000hp and allows them to compete in highway-style racing that has proven very competitive and entertaining. Today’s video documents the wide array of vehicles on hand at WannaGoFast down in Dallas, Texas. Featured is a 1,650whp Ford GT with twin turbochargers and nitrous. There’s also a 230 mph Huracan, a gaggle of other 200 mph cars, and an exploding Cadillac. Elvis is on hand in his twin turbo Corvette and a there is a 2,800hp Dodge Viper. With Read More

Hot Rod Drag Week 2018 – The Quest Begins

September 12th, 2018

By: Stephen Hearn Greetings drag racing fans and fellow speed freaks from every walk of life! It’s time! Time for the 2018 Hot Rod Magazine Drag Week. This year, the most grueling drag race event in the world has been moved to the sunny south. Problem is that somebody forgot to tell Florence – Hurricane Florence that is. This year, the 1,000-mile event begins at Atlanta Dragway in Commerce, Georgia with more than 400 street cars; ready to prove they have what it takes to make the lengthy trip and race on four drag strips in five days. After a full Read More

Lamborghini Huracan vs. Corvette Z06 – Street Hits

August 30th, 2018

This clip is taking it to the streets (of Mexico) for some roll racing. On-hand to participate in these top tier contests that showcase mechanical expertise and driving prowess are three high-level supercar owners with their machines in tune. We begin simply, with a stock Lamborghini Huracan. Fresh out of the oven it has approximately 600hp and looks like a million-bucks. Next up is a Nissan GT-R with a built VR38 engine, Speed by Design SBD 100 cast manifold turbo kit, and a Drag800 transmission (AWD) by Jack’s Transmissions. Horsepower is rated in the 1,100hp range. This is one schweeet Read More

Mercedes-Benz AMG GT-R vs. Lambo, Nissan GT-R, ZR1

August 9th, 2018

Welcome and thanks for joining us at the Palm Beach International Raceway in beautiful, sunny Florida. Today, we will see the much-heralded Mercedes-Benz AMG GT-R take-on the likes of a tuned Jeep Trackhawk, a 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1, a 2017 Nissan GT-R, and a Lamborghini Huracan. Competition today is set to include drag racing and roll racing. As the track heats up so does the roll racing action with the tuned (by Gearhead) Trackhawk jumping on the AMG GT-R. Green Hell drives around him FTW! Next up, we have our own in the red Lamborghini Huracan. From the dig, Brooks Read More

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