It's worth noting that the Ford comes in factory stock form, thus packing 647 hp and yet we can't say the same about the seventh-generation ZR1.
To be more precise, the 'Vette comes with an exhaust bypass and a catless setup - while the supercar hasn't been dynoed yet, it's obvious that it delivers more than the standard 755 hp.
While the FGT packs a double-clutch transmission, the C7 ZR1 can be ordered in both manual and automatic trim, with the example we have here packing the torque converter tranny.
Then again, the Chevy sports the ZTK aero package, which means the extra downforce delivered by this works against the machine at speed.
And the two supercars reached impressive velocity values, as they engaged in a particular form of quarter-mile racing - the two kicked things off at 40 mph.
Three separate races were held and you'll be able to check out the time slips for each one in the clip below. As far as the decibel part of the adventure is concerned, the twin-turbo 3.5-liter V6 of the Ford is no match for the Chevy's supercharged 6.2-liter V8.