The three cars on the grid are the Aventador SVJ, 911 Turbo S, and 720S. The Lamborghini has the biggest engine here, but the 6.5-liter V12 is naturally aspirated as opposed to its competitors.
With 759-hp on tap, it is the most powerful car lined up for this challenge. The McLaren is rated at 710-hp, while the Porsche sits further down below at 641-hp. Torque-wise, the situation is quite different. The 911 Turbo S is in the lead with 590 lb-ft (800 Nm), with the 720S second with 568 lb-ft (770 Nm).
Meanwhile, the mighty V12 used by the Aventador SVJ is down at 531 lb-ft (720 Nm). Looking at weight figures, the McLaren is the lightest car here at 3,130 lbs (1,420 kg). That's over 440 lbs (200 kg) lighter than the Porsche.
After the first three runs, the results are crystal clear. The 911 Turbo S is still pretty much unbeatable to the finish line, as it secures a fast run of 10.4 seconds.
The Aventador SVJ is not that far behind, with a time of 10.6 seconds. The 720S finished last for every run, recording a time of 11 seconds. You can't help but wonder how things would have turned out if they had brought out the 765LT instead.
Alas, it gets its chance at payback with the rolling race format. As you would expect, both turbocharged cars are out in front. And we get to see a photo finish on the first run, but it's still the 911 Turbo S that takes the win.
Strangely enough, the McLaren 720S ends up with the longest stopping distance. The brakes on the Aventador SVJ deserve a special award for providing that much stopping power, and at the end of the day, each driver walks away with at least one small victory.