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Race Start And First Lap I 2024 24 Hours of Le Mans I FIA WEC

700HP Dodge Viper vs Tuned Audi R8 V10 | Front Engine vs. Mid Engine Sup...

Torque Monster: 1993 Dodge Viper - Jay Leno’s Garage

1992 Viper Prototype | Retro Review

FCA Heritage: take a look behind the scenes.

2001 Dodge Viper Re-design - Bringing Back the Underdog

How Japan Saw The Original Dodge Viper

2006 Dodge Viper Twin Turbo (Top Speed Test) | NEW WORLD RECORD |

Street Legal Dodge Viper sets New World Record The Johnny Bohmer Proving Grounds (JBPG) runway, located in Merritt Island FL. is not only the widest and flattest runway in the world but also close to the longest. For over 10 years, Johnny Bohmer has been performing Straight Line Aerodynamic Testing for many manufacturers and thousands of vehicles here. The all concrete runway is 3 miles long with an additional 1000 ft. asphalt runoff on each end. The runway is also 100 yds. wide with an additional 50ft wide traffic lane on each side and has an elevation variance of only ¼ in. from north to south over the 3 miles making this one of the flattest, large surface concrete platforms in the world. You hardly notice the 24 in. crown in the center of the runway due to the immense width of the surface. In todays’ time, the availability of concrete would make this runway impossible to build. The traction is also substantially better here than any street surface; not as good as a drag s

GT3 458, GT3 GTR

A New Viper is Coming to Town

Viper Powered Challenger - Kelly Moss Motorsports

Dean Kearney's 900bhp Dodge Viper FOS drift run

The Ultimate Last Chance | Dodge

LAMBORGHINI PORTOFINO, Chrysler Turbine, Chronos, Viper concepts

The Evolution Of The Dodge Viper (1992-2017)

7:01 - The Story of Viper's Return to the Green Hell

Never Born | Mid-engine Viper

Pink Dodge Viper GT

950 WHP TWIN TURBO VIPER vs Modded HELLCAT - 1/4 mile Drag Race- ROAD TEST®

2017 Dodge Viper ACR Nürburgring 7:01.3 [Official Lap Video]

So Long Viper, See You In a Couple of Years.

When the Camaro was having a break, deep inside we knew it will be back. The people really believed it was the end. But the feeling was still there. A couple of years later the concept roared in. Teaching a lesson. It only takes a couple of brave enthusiastic with deep roots in passion. On the right places. Thriving market Which is not the case this time. However the same deja vu feeling returned. Viper died. For now. But you should be aware it did not die of natural causes. It has been meticulously destroyed. Killed. Willingly or not, but killed. By taking the right steps. If you want to destroy a healthy company in the shortest time period possible, follow these very guides. Not understanding, not knowing and of course incompetence. First by DC (that almost took down the entire Chrysler empire like a virus) and then by FCA closely following its footsteps. Which was even worse. The market is still there. Alive and kicking. Stronger than ever. Look at Porsche sales numbers, look a