For every race, from a quarter mile down a strip to 500 miles around an oval--and every kind of track in between--there's a car built to produce MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE. Here's a comparison of those machines, each significantly different, but each the best horse for its course
0-60 mph N/A
TOP SPEED 155 mph
LENGTH: 148 INCHES
Former United Sprint Car Series champ Kenny Adams's methanol-fueled, 360-cubic-inch Chevy V-8 racer delivers its power to the rear wheels through direct drive, meaning there's no gearbox. The car has to be push started, and once it hits top speed, it doesn't slow up until it rolls across the finish--or rolls over.