While, as we mentioned above, the Hellcat guy fails to show decent drag racing skills, the driver of the Neunelfer shows the opposite kind of behavior.
Despite his AWD machine not having the type of aftermarket system that allows the driver to disconnect the rear axle for the all-helpful burnout, the Porsche man is determined to bring the rear tires up to temperature before the run.
As a result, he tries to generate mini-slides by performing an aggressive launch and flicking the steering wheel from one side to the other.
While such a procedure might seem like too much for some, it all makes sense once you get to see the 911's quarter mile time in the clip. For the record, a stock 991 Turbo S like the one we have here can complete the 1,320-foot sprint in as little as 10.6 seconds.
As for a stock Dodge Challenger Hellcat, the Mopar machine can leave the 1/4-mile challenge behind in 11.2 seconds. If you happen to replace the street tires with drag radials, the time will drop to 10.8 seconds. Provided that the driver knows how to treat the machine.