Porsche 928 S4, Toyota MR2 1/4mile drag race

Mike Hickory is driving the 1988 Porsche 928 S4. First day ever at the track. Normally aspirated, 3600 lbs, 316 horsepower V-8. Scott Brennan is driving a 1991 Toyota MR2. turbocharged with 18.5 lbs of Boost, 2600 lbs, 330 horsepower. Both pulled a 14.85 at 100 MPH. Richmond Dragway.

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Porsche 928 S4, Toyota MR2 1/4mile drag race 2
Mike Hickory is driving the 1988 Porsche 928 S4. First day ever at the track. Normally aspirated, 3600 lbs, 316 horsepower V-8. Scott Brennan is driving a 1991 Toyota MR2. turbocharged with 18.5 lbs of Boost, 2600 lbs, 330 horsepower. Toyota pulled a 13.7 and the Porsche pulled a 14.2 Richmond Dragway.





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