What Is the Fastest Race Car in the World?

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The fastest race car in the world is the Ultima GTR. Based on a Chevrolet V8 engine, the car delivers 730 hp of power from its small body to deliver a punch that is powerful enough to earn it a place in the Guinness book of records. The car scorches from 0 to 96 km per hour in 2.6 seconds, from 0 to 160 km per hour in 5.3 seconds, and brakes to 0 in 3.6 seconds .
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That would be the SSC, supersonic car. It reached an amazing 763 mph breaking the sound barrier on land.
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There really is no fastest race car, it depends on the kind of gear you
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The SSC Ultimate Aero TT is a production vehicle from Shelby SuperCars (founded in 1999) that was sold as a prototype in 2004, and has been modified to some degree every year since
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The land speed record is the fastest speed achieved by a vehicle on land, as opposed to one on water or in the air. It is standardized as the speed over a course of fixed length,
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Bugatti's 268mph Veyron Super Sport Bugatti's new 1183bhp Veyron Super Sport is officially the world's fastest production car. Powered by a development of the 8.0-litre quad-turbo V16, the Super Sport boasts 1183bhp and 1106lb ft of torque – gains of 183bhp and 184lb ft over the 253mph standard car.
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