Rode in one... and unless it was my own I think I would be scared to drive someone else's without them signing a waiver :sonicjay:Now that's racing
If you ever get a chance to drive a Viper, do it. Just be careful and respectful. That car is nothing but pure power. Like strapping a rocket to your ass and lighting the fuse.
I agree. The ZR-1 is lousy. Cheap bastards couldn't even put a retractable hardtop on it. I can go make a couple mods to a 4-year-old car, have more power, and be way more comfy for less than a ZR-1 costs.The ZR-1 is not a dedicated track car and a lousy comparison. Period.
No.They're still both production cars you can buy from a dealership right? Then it's fair.
I got to drive a '99 Viper GTS, and that was like a bull kicking you in the ass. That was when they were only around 450 HP, not almost 660 HP which is what I think they're up to now.Rode in one... and unless it was my own I think I would be scared to drive someone else's without them signing a waiver :sonicjay: