If you could drive one car from this entire gallery which would it be ?
“Stunt rider rides in front of cop without knowing he’s behind him.” – @streetfighterz. Does performing stunts like this on a public street justify almost PIT manoeuvring the rider, or trying to scare him off? Or was the cop a little too aggressive with his approach? Leave your thoughts in our comment section now.
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For most cars, you can get a pretty good idea of their acceleration by looking at how long it takes them to get up to 60 miles per hour. When you’re testing out 900-horsepower hypercars, 60 mph is where they’re just getting started. To get a real idea of how cars like the Ferrari LaFerrari, McLaren P1, and Porsche 918 accelerate, you need to choose a much faster speed. Like, say, 186 mph?
Brill Steel Motorsport are responsible for bringing this wild Nissan to life, like a new age Frankenstein. The engine is able to produce 717hp at 6500 rpm and 896 lb ft of torque. The body, as you can see, is an all original Nissan S15 body recreated in full carbon with wide wheel arches.
Are you ready for 5 minutes of motorcycle mayhem? Hold on for your life as Max Wrist pops wheelies up every straight on the Costo Road between Vicenza and Asiago in Italy. Hectic.
Brett Deutsch ran a new personal best pass and World Record for a Pro Stock Diesel Truck when he put down a email@example.com at Bryon Dragway’s Diesel Truck Blackout. This thing is nuts, watch him bump into the beams. The huge torque of the diesel spins the slicks on every move. Congrats Brett on your new PB and Pro Street Record!
While the Porsche 918 Spyder’s hybrid powertrain – consisting of a 4.6-litre V8 and two electric motors – is hardly down on firepower with 875bhp available, the Koenigsegg Agera R puts out an even more ridiculous 1115bhp. As such, the 918 in this video has a little trouble keeping up with the bonkers machine.