Oh, and it’s fast too.
Really serious performance machines are often not built with aesthetics in mind. Sure, actual supercar manufacturers will make an effort (although aerodynamics have been getting a higher priority in many cases of late), but the guys who are modifying cars in order to win races are usually unconcerned with how it looks. In fact, the Viper you’re going to see here is also pure function, it’s just done with such obvious care that it is also a thing of beauty.
That care pays off on the strip too, as the Viper turns out the most consistent runs of any car competing. A sure sign of a solid build.