The title of "world’s quickest street car" has been passed around to a few notable names over the past decade or so. Andy Frost, Larry Larson, and Jeff Lutz have all piloted cars to ridiculous quarter-mile passes well in excess of 200 mph to claim the title. For now, Tom Bailey holds both the quickest and fastest pass in his street-driven 1969 Camaro.
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The lack of water jackets has me confused. How does this survive on the street?
I understand on methanol it would likely run cool enough to not melt down, but the fuel economy on meth has to be absurd...