Ariel Atom Racing versus Open Wheel Race Cars

This Ariel Atom racing at the Hallett Race Track near Tulsa, OK was captured in Spring of 2012. It was competing in an open wheel racing class among several cars that were basically smaller versions of Indy cars. If you listen close you can hear the intake whine of the Ariel Atom. The Ariel Atom looked pretty much stock, except for a different set of wheels and sticky track tires.

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Chevy ZO6 Corvettes vs Shelby GT500 Mustang vs Porsche Boxster S
This Corvette racing video was taken at the Hallett Race Track near Tulsa, Oklahoma in spring of 2012. There were a few more Corvettes racing that were not included in this video such as an awesome, vibrant blue 2011 Corvette ZR-1. The Corvettes were not only competing against each other on the Hallett road course, but also against a suped-up Porsche Boxster, BMW M3, Shelby GT500 Mustang, Nissan 350Z and more. Post a comment and tell us what you think!





Acura NSX vs Dodge Viper ACR on Race Track
This Acura NSX vs Dodge Viper video was captured at the Hallett Race Track in Oklahoma. The NSX powered through the track and passed a few of the slower cars and Green Dodge Viper GTS didn't overtake it in the race. This Acura NSX was obviously highly modified to be race ready. I would probably rather own the Dodge Viper as opposed to the NSX, although no doubt both are amazingly fast cars and equally entertaining to watch at the race track.





Green ACR Dodge Vipers Racing
These two amazing Dodge Viper ACR race cars were filmed at the Hallett Racing Circuit near Tulsa, OK. They were racing a number of sports cars including a race ready Acura NSX, Mazda RX-7 Twin turbo, Porsche Boxster, Nascars and more. The cars sounded amazing as they raced around the track as well as when they were merely idling. Post a comment if you like these green ACR Dodge Vipers!





New Porsche Carrera S Cabriolet Racing
This late model Porsche 911 Carerra S Cabriolet racing at the Hallett Race Track near Tulsa, Oklahoma, appeared to be completely stock and un-modified. If this is the case, then the Porsche is still a very quick sports car with a 0-60 time in the low 4 seconds and a top speed of 186 mph! Of course that is going to feel even quicker in a convertible Porsche 911 as opposed to a coupe version. I am a bit biased because I love Porches, particularly 911 turbo-charged models, but I think this Porsche looks and sounds awesome especially when accelerating.




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