Twin-Turbo Symphony: Watch 10,350 RWHP Racing

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Ladies and gentlemen racers, we are here to show you what happens when the big boys decided to drag race. This is exactly what happened during the recent Texas Invitational event, where the slowest car was a 750 RWHP turbocharged Mazda RX-7.
Disclaimer - not all the cars in the adjacent clips are twin-turbocharged, but each and every one of them is truly violent.

The videos offers us a POV perspective, with the camera being placed on nothing less than a 1200 RWHP Dodge Viper. At first, this races a twin-turbo C6 Corvette Z06. which also happens to have 1,200 RWHP.

The next round sees the Viper taking on a 1,100 RWHP Z06 ‘Vette Grand Sport. Next up, the American supercar battles it out with an 1,200 RWHP Nissan GT-R. The next competitor is a very close match - a twin-turbo Viper delivering precisely 1,200 RWHP.

At this point, the Viper feels confident and takes on a Toyota Supra that matches its turbo with Nos, with the result being 1,400 RWHP.

The second clip sees the same 1,200 RWHP twin-turbo Viper going against am 1,100 RWHP twin-turbo Porshe 911 GT2. Next us the Viper fights the aforementioned 750 RWHP turbocharged Mazda RX-7. The final race sees the V10 supercar taking on a C6 Corvette Z06 delivering 1,200 RWHP.

As for the results, you can see these, as well as indulge in a glorious turbo soundtrack behind the "play" buttons below. All in all, you'll be enjoying 10,350 RWHP.

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About the author: Andrei Tutu
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In his quest to bring you the most impressive automotive creations, Andrei relies on learning as a superpower. There's quite a bit of room in the garage that is this aficionado's heart, so factory-condition classics and widebody contraptions with turbos poking through the hood can peacefully coexist.
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