That's because the 650 hp Chevy comes with a six-speed manual, which means the guy behind the wheel might sweat when getting the thing off the line. Nevertheless, the ZL1 guy was more than happy to work the clutch on multiple occasions, as you'll get to see in the piece of footage at the bottom of the page.
The golden bowtie animal comes in factory stock form, but we have to mention that the connection to the road is established with the help of Toyo R888 rubber.
Speaking of which, the two velocity tools raced on no less than four occasions, with these involving both standing and rolling starts - the drivers wanted to make sure the conclusion of the battle is relevant.
And if these guys racing their four-wheeled animals on the road made for a dangerous proposal, you should see the biker who decided to troll the two by passing them as if they were standing still.
This could make one think about the still-in-their-infancy electric bikes, but this is another story for another time.
Speaking of which, regardless of your favorite number of wheels, we're asking you not to take such street battles as an example when grabbing the keys.