This head-to-head battle between two Hellcats and a Viper is a tire's worst nightmare

The Roadkill dudes are now officially sponsored by Dodge and to commemorate that new partnership they did what any red-blooded American male would do: Assemble three of the craziest Mopar machines ever put on pavement for an absolutely unrivaled head-to-head burnout test. Putting over 2,000 combined horsepower to the track, the Charger SRT Hellcat, Challenger SRT Hellcat, and Viper GT put on quite the spectacle, but trust us when we say that words cannot do this one justice (nor rightfully avenge the families of the tires slain in this gruesome attack).

This is how a 1,000-hp twin-turbo Viper burns out

As if the new Viper's 645 stock ponies just aren't to move your needle anymore (OK, that sounds way dirtier than it is), then RSI Racing Solutions has just what you need: A $90,000 twin turbo package that pumps over 1,000 horsepower to Mopar menace's rear rubber. This is one of, if not the only, twin turbo mods currently available for a Viper, so if you have the cash and cojones, make sure to check it out.

Formula Drift driver Dean Kearney smashed his Viper on Media Day

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The 2014 Formula Drift season is nearly upon us. The off-season has been fun and all, especially that epic missile car build, but we're ready to get back to the real deal. Media day for the new season took place on Tuesday, and it was an awesome opportunity for the 2014 Formula D drivers to show off their new liveries. It wasn't all shits and giggles, though. Ryan Tuerck was rear-ended by Odi Bakchis and dinged up his car pretty good. Thankfully, Tuerck's car is good as new and ready for Friday's qualification.

Formula Drift driver Dean Kearney also wrecked on Turn 10 at Long Beach. Kearney's team is working hard trying to repair his Viper in time for Friday's qualification. Let's hope he's able to pull it off because no one wants to start off a season by not starting.

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Beemer, Benz, and Bentley compete in world's greatest drag race

Motor Trend organized the third edition of its World's Greatest Drag Race series and pulled together 12 supercars to compete on a quarter-mile track at an abandoned airstrip. The cars in the drag race were a Nissan GT-R Track Edition, SRT Viper, Jaguar F-Type V-8 S, Aston Martin Vanquish, Mercedes-Benz E63 S AMG, Bentley Continental GT Speed, Porsche Cayman S, Audi R8 V-10 Plus, Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Black Series, BMW M6, Ford Focus ST and Porsche 911 Carrera 4S. The Nissan GT-R won its second World's Greatest Drag Race by taking off off the line and pulling away to such a lead in the middle that the cars with higher top ends couldn't catch up. The Nissan was followed by the Benz E63 S AMG and the Audi R8. Not surprisingly, the Ford Focus brought up the rear.