Texas Invitational – GT-R vs. Huracan

October 26th, 2017

It doesn’t get any better than this! Every year the Texas Invitational draws 2,000+hp cars the way stink draws flies. As usual, this year’s event is better than the last and not quite as good as the next.

The two cars featured in this video are a perfect example of the competition at this event that has become the high-water mark for radically modified supercars crushing the quarter-mile, half-mile, and the mile.

The first is a little Japanese coupe known as Godzilla. This particular version of the Nissan GT-R is prepared and campaigned by T1 Racing Development. The engine has been upgraded to a 4.0-liter and the twin turbochargers are 81-millimeter Force Performance. Making 70 psi of boost, this car shattered the Texas Invitational top speed record (1,500-foot course) with an outstanding 230 mph run.

The second is a Lamborghini Huracan that has been treated to an Underground Racing X-Package. The X-Package is typically good for around 2,500hp.

There’s tons of heads-up roll racing (60 mph) action on this clip; with some of the most elite aftermarket performance gurus in the nation on hand.

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