2,000HP Shelby GT500 Looks Like It Wants to Take Off and Fly

Drag Race

Nothing wheelie bars can't fix.

If you were looking for a car to claim the throne of wheelie king at the strip, look no further. Devil's Reject, The Evolution Performance built Shelby GT500 owned by Brian Devilbiss had a trying time keeping his front tires on the ground at the Import vs Domestic World Cup Finals. Although the acrobatics proved to be a crowd favorite, Devilbiss was surely focused on harnessing the power of his 2000 ponies with all four wheels on the ground. When he managed to do so, Reject made some impressive passes in the 7s.

Regardless, this beast is fun to watch on four wheels or two.

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