Dodge Ram SRT-10 Carrying Plastic Cow Races Range Rover, ML63 and X6M

Despite having a sense of humor and proving it by putting a cow in the back, the driver of the Dodge Ram SRT-10 failed to win any of the 1 mile drag races, even with the enormous Viper 8.3-liter V10 and 500hp under the bonnet. Its failiure may have been brought about by its use of outdated technology, and even if none of the other cars could be called aerodynamic, it probably suffered a lot from the drag created by the boxy shape and also he head of the cow which was protruding over the cab.
First, it went up against a Range Rover Sport Supercharged GT600 with 600hp and, despite losing, the race was surprisingly close with about 1 second in favor of the Range, as they passed the mile-marker.

The second race it took part in was against a stock Mercedes ML63 AMG which annihilated the SRT-10, crossing the line 3 seconds quicker.

The last race was up against a BMW X6M Evotech Stage 2 with 630hp. After getting off to a bad start, the driver of the X6 was unable to recover much ground and only managed to beat the Dodge by two tenths of a second - odd, considering it was, on paper, the quickest car of the lot.
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