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Red Victor 2 is a 1972 Vauxhall Victor built by British mechanic Andy Frost. Frost bought the car in 1981 and began adapting it as a hobby; It was once considered the fastest legal car in the world.[1][2][3] and now has 2,300 horsepower. However, since it is not a production car, it is not officially considered a record holder. McLaren needed to make sure this car lived up to the legacy of its racing legend of the same name. That`s why the McLaren Senna had to be reached 1/4 mile in 10 seconds thanks to its 789 hp. The most powerful of the Holy Trinity, the LaFerrari 1/4 mile in 9.8 seconds, is the result of Ferrari building one of their best cars of all time. By combining a 6.3-liter V12 and electric motors in a revolutionary hybrid system, the car reaches a staggering 950 hp. The Rimac Nevera is now officially the fastest accelerating production car in the world. En route to Pebble Beach celebrations this weekend, the electric hypercar stopped at Famoso Raceway in McFarland, California, where it set a series record of 8.582 seconds at 167.51 miles per hour, according to Rimac. It was fast enough to beat the company`s unofficial record of 8.62 seconds, which it had already set in Croatia in June.

Unlike this previous attempt, Rimac this time used a resistant surface prepared by VHT. For a distance of 1/4 mile, the hybrid can complete the task in 9.7 seconds or 9.80 seconds (standing start) at a top speed of 145 mph and 148 mph, respectively. Speed records: 0-60 mph = 0.9 seconds 0-150 mph = 5.0 seconds 0-189 mph = 7.6 seconds standing 1/4 = 7.41 and 197 mph right now. Maximum speed = 223 miles per hour, and no bodies came off. This happened in September 2008 in Bruntingthorpe. This speed reached in 19 seconds due to excessive wheel slip and throttle cut. These drag cars are usually heavily modified and disassembled to make them as fast as possible in a straight line and over short distances – usually only 1/4 or 1/2 mile. However, if you want the fastest drag cars in the factory, which reliably wipe the ground for a quarter mile with any other machine, you must be willing to pay a fortune. And indeed, the cars on this list are not only very expensive, but most, if not all, are produced in limited quantities. To build an electric car fast enough for Bugatti to enter a joint venture, you may just want to have the fastest production car with a time of 1/4 of a mile. And that`s exactly what Rimac did, with the Rimac Nevera 1/4 mile in 8.58 seconds being the fastest quarter-mile car ever taken off the road. In mid-2011, performance data for VXR`s RedVictor3, which is still in production, was released.

It uses an 8.8L biturbo engine with 3000 hp at the rear wheel. Red Victor 3 will still be legal on the road and will use pump-pumped gasoline on the road. [5] This will make it faster than Larry Larson`s 66 Nova, which recently overtook Red Victor 1 as the fastest legal vehicle on the road. It was the fastest and fastest legal car in the world in the 1/4 mile in June 2012, with an elapsed time of 6.59 @ 220 mph. Andy Frost built the successor to RedVictor2, an evolution of the original car, RedVictor3 will be built to race in Pro Modified in the FIA European Championship, while retaining the legal road status that forms the core philosophy of the racing team. The construction of the updated car is covered here RedVictor3 Construction Journal Starting with a 1-foot deployment, the 2015 P1 was able to hit the 1/4 mile mark at 9.8 seconds and reach a top speed of 149 mph. A total of 439 units were produced, including 375 P1s. More than two decades of engineering and research have led to the Bugatti Chiron, one of the greatest automotive achievements of all time, in more ways than one. Although we know it for its incredibly fast top speed, the Bugatti Chiron makes sure not to waste time thanks to its 16-cylinder engine and four turbochargers thanks to its 16-cylinder engine and four turbochargers. The Porsche 918 Spyder 1/4 mile in 9.8 seconds is seriously due to the fact that it is a hybrid.

But the Porsche 918 is a hybrid like never before, because when the internal combustion engine needs downtime, for example between shifts, the electric motors allow the car to run as quickly as possible and change the game for quarter-mile times as we know them. In fact, not only can it travel 0-60 in 2.07 seconds as tested by Motor Trend, but it can also travel 1/4 mile in 9.4 seconds with a top speed of 151 miles per hour. You wouldn`t expect a 2010 car to be on the list, but it just shows the incredible craftsmanship of the Bugatti production line. In fact, it is the second fastest production car in the world, as it held the world record of 268 mph until 2017, when it was surpassed by the Koenigsegg Agera RS at 277 mph. These supercars will erase everything they are next to them on the quarter mile or at traffic lights. This car is a special version of the 720S, limited to 765 units worldwide. It has 765 horsepower and has a top speed 205 mph lower than the 212 mph of the 720S. As for its drag racing performance, the little red demon can cover 1/4 mile in 9.5 seconds at a recorded speed of 148 miles per hour.

Those who doubted the capability of electric cars were quickly left in the dust when the Tesla Model S Plaid 1/4 mile in 9.23 seconds proved them wrong in that precise time. With a three-motor electrical system generating 1,020 horsepower and the incredible electric torque we`ve grown accustomed to in the name of 1,050 lb-ft, it`s no wonder this car is as fast as it is. From a standing start, the Veyron Super Sport managed to cover a 1/4 mile in 9.9 seconds at a top speed of 148.5 miles per hour. Of the 30 cars produced, only five were designated “World Record Edition” because their speed was not electronically limited. It is the second fastest 1/4 mile car in the world. It went into production in 2021 and to date, only a hundred of them have been completed. The car can do 0-124 mph in 5.8 seconds and 0-186 mph in 12.1 seconds. Of course, we are not talking about a production car. Not at all – the video at the top of this page shows a 28,000-horsepower (20,879-kilowatt) rocket-powered dragster powered by Sammy Miller. If you don`t know his name, he is still the man who holds the record for the fastest quarter-mile race in history at 3.58 seconds, recorded at Santa Pod Raceway in 1984. To drive in a straight line, the car can travel a quarter mile in no more than 9.1 seconds.

Now this number is only close to a certain car and it is none other than the Rimac Nevera. In terms of drag racing potential, the checkered Model X can cover 1/4 mile in just 9.75 seconds, which is less than the officially stated performance that beats the $2.5 million Bugatti Veyron Super Sport. Even more impressive, however, is the fact that the record was set as the car raced with a pair of Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires. Michelins are a great piece of rubber, but they are by no means the stickiest offerings on the market. What the Nevera could then do on a set of drag slicks is pretty scary. For reference, the car already starts strong enough to reach 0-60 mph in 1.9 seconds before covering the eight miles in just 5.46 seconds. Winner of the King of Europe 2009. European speed king and record holder ET 7.81 at 188 mph. Although it changed the world in 2011 and has resulted in cars with higher top speeds ever since, the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport has remained one of the greatest cars, even after more than a decade with one of the fastest quarter-mile times of all time, thanks to its incredible W16 engine and state-of-the-art all-wheel drive. Before you begin, you should know that most of these times are considering a deployment of up to 1 foot.

This does not affect the score, as the start from a standing start is only about 0.25 seconds slower. Now that you know that here is our list of the 10 best 1/4 mile drag racing cars you can buy. It wouldn`t be a quarter-mile time list without a bit of classic American speed. The Dodge Challenger Demon 1/4 mile in 9.65 seconds pushes the Challenger to its limits with a virtually frightening 840 hp. World record holder for fuel pumping and speed on MT 315 radial 7.67 at 190.4 mph. The Rimac Nevera alone is currently the fastest 1/4 mile car in the world with a time of 8.58 seconds. Only 100 units are expected to be launched with an MSRP of $2.4 million. Sometimes you don`t need miles of road to experience the thrill of a very fast car. When you`re behind the wheel of a car that has incredible acceleration power, even short straights can give a driver the time of their life. The short quarter-mile distance has long been the glove used to test a car that claims to be fast, and in the world of production cars, there is an exclusive club of incredibly powerful cars that can cover the quarter mile in ten seconds or less. To achieve this feat and build a car that represents the pinnacle of performance requires the highest level of engineering, skill and resources. The cars that dominate the fastest quarter mile feature the biggest innovations, ranging from 16-cylinder engines to the most advanced hybrid systems to electric powertrains that deliver torque like you`ve never seen before.