This Yugo has a 5.3-liter LS under the hood.
"With great power comes responsibility."
When it comes to authentic racetracks, Yello Belly is in a class of its own.
Watch the drag-strip launch at Lucas Oil Raceway.
The car makes more horsepower than the dyno can measure.
With the imminent introduction of the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon, we decided to look back at the greatest Mopar drag cars of all time.
They put wheelie bars on drag cars for a reason, man.
The record was set at the Texas Mile.
A new system is installed to help launch the Demon.
It's time to kick the tires and light the fires. Or, just light the tires on fire.
It's definitely quick, but the record might not become officially recognized.
This particular Mustang has a 300-shot nitrous kit helping the 5.3-liter LS make 650-700 hp.
A fun time at the drag strip went bad for the owner of a 1,000-horsepower Toyota Celica, after a hard launch sheared the lug nuts from a drive wheel.
Street racing is wrong and stupid. Still, we can't help but watch the latest "ludicrous" Tesla Model S P90D bring it against its merely "insane" Model S P85D sister.
Cars.com took a Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat to the drag strip and hustled the supercharged sedan down the quarter mile in 11.03 seconds. The car was completely stock, with nothing more than tweaked tire pressure, electronic aids, and other variables to reach that impressive time.
During a drag-race event in Florida, the Tesla Model S P85D ran the quarter-mile in 11.6 seconds at 114.6 miles per hour, the new mark for BEVs at the drag strip. Proving its pace, it ran three more times in 11.69, 11.72 and 11.76 seconds. During its record run it faced off against a Dodge Challenger Hellcat, but things didn't go so well for the Hellcat driver that day.
Someone took a 2015 Corvette Z06 with the seven-speed-manual to Royal Purple Raceway in Baytown, Texas, and blasted it down through the quarter mile. It's first run: an 11.7 at 120.54 mph, just 0.5 seconds over the time listed on its Chevrolet spec sheet.
This last-generation Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 does things that SUVs just shouldn't be able to do, like win drag races against tuned Nissan GT-R and BMW M3 coupes. Granted, the owner isn't coming into this fight with a stock Jeep – far from it. In addition to twin turbos whistling away, he says the engine is a 449-cubic-inch V8, which is nearly 7.4 liters of displacement.