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73Watch the World's Greatest Drag Race 2 with just engine sounds

The good people at Motor Trend were kind enough to whip up a behind-the-scenes video of the publication's recent epic drag race for our viewing enjoyment. As it turns out, there's more to pitting the world's quickest production cars against one another than finding an empty air strip and going to town. Last year, the magazine broke a total of 11 windshields thanks to a surprising number of stones on the course. To keep that from happening again, crews applied a thin sheet of vinyl to each windsc

53Drag racing Buick Regal driver loses best seat in the house

The only better place to watch a drag race than from the other side of the wall is behind the steering wheel. Then again, that depends on what car you're driving. This gentleman enjoyed the view from the driver's seat of his hopped-up 80's Buick Regal for the holeshot, or just until his seat went from upright to permanently reclined in 1.2 seconds.

35Video: Jet-powered scooter vs. Lamborghini Gallardo

Jet-Powered Scooter vs. Lamborghini Gallardo – Click above to watch video after the jump

138Video: Motor Trend pits Lexus LFA against Nissan GT-R in epic drag race

Lexus LFA versus Nissan GT-R – Click above to watch the video after the break

78VIDEO: Mismatched much? Challenger SRT8 vs. Civic Si

We've driven the Honda Civic Si, and have found it to be an entertaining vehicle to attack some twisties. A drag racer, though, it is most assuredly not. Sure, offering just shy of two-hundred horsepower from such a small engine is impressive, but the distinct lack of torque and the stratospheric rev-ceiling required to extract those ponies will surely limit the straight-line drag numbers. The new Dodge Challenger SRT8, on the other hand, does not require high-rev shenanigans in order to scorch

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