Completed the run in 6.12 seconds at 244 mph.
Blink and you'll miss it. According to Pro Line Racing, this turbocharged Camaro is the world's fastest ¼-mile drag radial car having set a blistering time of 6.12 seconds at 244 mph. Piloted by Roger Holder Jr., the run was made at the Street Car Super Nationals in Las Vegas where the seasoned racer won the ProCharger Pro Radial event. We're not sure what's going on under the hood, but to qualify as a drag radial the engine can't exceed 588 cu. in., while superchargers and a single turbocharger (limited to 88 mm) are also permitted.
It also has to run on normal gasoline, compete on a Drag Radial tire, and pretty much have a stock chassis, interior and original body. Check out the lightning run here.