World's Fastest Stree-Legal Car Breaks 300 MPH in a Standing Mile at THE TEXAS MILE!!!

History has been made this past weekend at the Texas Mile as the M2K Motorsports Ford GT achieved 300.4 MPH in a standing mile. That is 0-300.4 MPH in ONE mile which only took 22 seconds to get there! Congratulations to Mark Heidaker and M2k Motorsports for such an amazing achievement!

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+4 1. Vaypay commented 3 years ago

Three quarters of a G of acceleration on the first quarter mile. Not bad.
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+2 2. sux2bu commented 3 years ago

To fathom and compare just how fast this is , the Agera RS did 0-249 mph in 36.44 seconds while this GT got to 240 mph in just the first 1/2 mile.
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+3 3. snotraddict commented 3 years ago

Awesome but too heavily edited.
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-1 4. Judge-Jake commented 3 years ago

The thing I like most about that record is that it's in MPH and not that silly KPH :D
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+2 5. thefox commented 3 years ago

And the thing that makes it go? Y'know... that engine thingy? No insight into that whatsoever.
Crap vid. :|
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+1 6. sux2bu commented 3 years ago

It's still using the 5.4-liter 32 valve DOHC V8 engine that came in the car from Ford, but it's twin-turbocharged now instead of supercharged. These turbochargers produce a walloping 45 psi of boost, and the engine itself runs on methanol. So yeah, it's pretty bonkers. My Ford F-150 has the 24 valve SOHC version of that 5.4 but with a cast iron block instead an aluminum one.
Fantastic achievement for a small performance orientated speed shop.