2011 Ford Mustang GT, 2010 Chevrolet Camaro SS and 2010 Dodge Challenger SRT8 on a Racetrack
Enthusiastic fans would recall in dramatic detail the result of the previous season’s horsecompetitions. At the playoffs, the rookie of Chevy’s team Camaro SS succeededwith a narrow difference over Ford’s redesigned and richlyshape-fine-tuned 5thgeneration Ford Mustang GT. At that time, the new Dodge5.7-liter Hemi-operated R/T alternative of the retro-stylish Challenger came in third place, which prompted an angry crowd of clearly well-off Dodge fans to tossharsh-tines letters at the judges.
That contest was planned according to charge, but now that it is understood that pony buyers’ demand for horsepower does not care about budget limits, that rule was relaxed. For the rematch of 2010, Ford’s quick and energetic fresh 5.0-liter Mustang GT will compete with the prevailing champion Camaro SS and the $12-13,000 more pricyDodge SRT8 ringer hopingto distinguish the victorious from those who’re not for good.
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This play-offwas initiated with some inner-child material. Alex Zanardi-trendtriumph donuts, 4-wheel-drifting, and big smoky blow outs—of course, in order to compel photos, that’s all. Lead-foot exec editor, Permanent class clownEd Loh stated that the huge low-end torque and extended wheelbase show that the Challenger SRT8 is the least difficultautomobile in which to crack traction and grasp long, valuable slides.
The fatter Camaro 275/40R20 Pirelli PZerosproduce the densest cumulonimbus clouds of extending white fumes as the 6.2-liter little block tickles the redline. While the Ford makes a lot of torque to break traction, itsferociouslyrotating 255/40R19 PZerosproduceas little smoke as a covertlybreathless boy’s room cigarette. Also, its live-axle rear deferral provokes some fierce snatches when trying a drift.
FINAL ORDER: Dodge, Chevrolet, Ford.