Hypercar Shootout: McLaren P1; Lambo Aventador; Ferrari F40; Ford GT

Drag Race

Winner takes all drag race has a sensational lineup.

Following a winner stays on format, check out these phenomenal machines pit their wits against each other on the drag strip. First up, we have a Ford GT 720 Mirage – a Roush-tuned version of the GT with 720 hp – battling a stunning yellow Ferrari F40. After seeing off the Ford, the F40 loses its crown to a 675-hp Porsche 911 by 9FF that also takes out Shmee 150’s McLaren 12C and a Lamborghini Aventador. The final race sees the Aventador take on a McLaren P1.

No spoiler here. You’ll have to watch the video to see who comes out on top in this awesome hypercar shootout.

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