Viper ACR-X racing with David McNiel's full race prep ACR

A day at the track with David McNiel of EMS Racing and the new Dodge Viper ACR-X.... This was taken at MotorSports Ranch Cresson TX February 2010. Dodge brought out the ACR-X for testing and display at the Viper Day's event... I had an opportunity to run with the car in one of the sessions.

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Dodge Viper ACR-X: In-Car Video Ultimate Track Car Challenge
The 2010 Dodge Viper ACR-X piloted by Dodge Motorsports driver Kuno Wittmer captured an impressive class victory today at the Ultimate Track Car Challenge presented by Grassroots Motorsports magazine. For much more information from today's event, go to www.grasrootsmotorsports.com





Dodge Viper 190.0 mph Texas Mile
2009 Dodge Viper runs 190.0 mph in the standing mile at the Texas Mile, March 28th, 2010. The fastest naturally aspirated Viper with a stock engine and unmodified drive train in the standing mile.





Dodge Viper ACR racing at Daytona International Speedway with PBOC and Viper Days
Here is a 10 min video of Chad McNiel and David McNiel trip to Daytona - First are random pictures of the cars and track and then on to racing.... Chad Raced his SRT-4 Neon in the Challenge group of Viper Days and PBOC Florida Chapter and hit speeds in the 140's.... Me, well I in the race group and was toping out around 170 on the main straight...The track was fairly challenging and was very fast. A ton of walls and things to hit if you went off - During the 2-hour endurance race on Saturday 4 cars had blowouts - 2 of which hit the wall and had a lot of damage.... I think they learned a lot about proper tire pressures that day. Lots of cars from raced from BMW, Porsche, Ferrari, Lamborghini, corvette and Comp Coupe Viper and yes the Dodge Viper ACR; Kevin Ferguson and Brad Gorrondana from the Dallas area with their ACRs were with us too.





2008 Dodge Viper ACR
Here I am having a little fun with a brand new 2008 Dodge Viper ACR.... This car belongs to Cheryl McCally a friend of mine from the Dallas area.




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