This Leaselocatorsracing.com Evo 8 dyno clip is a quick preview of the in depth feature that Revvolution.com will bring to you early this week. It’s also a not so subtle reminder that no matter how bad you think your ride is, there are unassuming, thousand-horsepower sleepers out there that will happily half-throttle your simple behind into the rear view.
Recently, Jalopnik, an obscure automotive site that believes in shooting brakes but not copy editors, posited that there is no such thing as a “chick car.” Now, this kind of PC lovefest is expected of a big-city media site run by shadowy Jezebel writers. However, this NYC-centric viewpoint falls flat in our world.
It is a world many of us are in denial of living. We knew the time was coming, but we’d hoped that some sort of salvation would have been procured by now. Instead, things have only began to appear more drastic … more dismayed. We heard the warning cries. The warnings that our paradise could not last—it was unsustainable and we were crazy for even thinking that it would continue forever uninterrupted. We turn our heads away, shaking them in disbelief.
We’ve been following T1 Race Development’s 2000-horsepower R35 GT-R for some time now. Purpose built to Godzilla-smash quarter- and half-mile ETs and mile-per-hour records, T1’s GT-R just laid down some massive dyno numbers, which are beautifully highlighted in a new video produced and edited by our own Stuart Leiby of T1.
There are some cars that come along and become instant legends. Icons of a time long forgotten. In the late 1960s, Ford and Ferrari were two behemoths battling it out for world domination on the racetrack. Ford was dominating the race circuit, putting a level of hurt on Ferrari that the Italian automaker never expected. In 1967, Ferrari’s aim changed to just one goal—win; and the Ferrari 330 P4 was born.