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Ride Along On-Board for Quickest Pass in TX2k History – Underground Racing

Ride Along On-Board for Quickest Pass in TX2k History
With a company like Underground Racing, we simply can’t help but constantly be impressed.

With every single creation that they concoct, these things just get better and better. Just when we thought that a Lamborghini creating thousands of horsepower couldn’t get any more exciting, we find more builds and records that really come to life.

This time, we check out an amazing machine that stepped up to the plate and knocked it out of the park. The particular “park” in question this time was none other than the competition at TX2k.

TX2k has become very well known for its roll racing, bringing some of the most incredible cars in the world together. These powerhouses rocket their way down the track to the tune of over 200 mph at times. Seeing is believing as the potent machines really make magic happen.

This time, we check out the quickest car in the history of TX2k roll racing.

We believe that it’s also the quickest in the event’s history across all formats.

With over 3500 hp cranking away at 10,000 RPM, the Lamborghini Huracan laid down a 236 mph slobber knocker. Kevin Howeth piloted the Drag965 UGR build as it managed a 1.5G average on the pass. From what we’re told, this pass was done at about 80% power. The full 3500 hp wasn’t accomplished until high gear, either. Just imagine what this pass had to feel like behind the wheel.

When we follow along with the video below, we get a truly special treat for the senses. The angle sits us behind the wheel of this amazing machine as it goes up against another dream machine.

The crew over at Calvo Motorsports creates some of the world’s most incredible SVT Vipers and this one was no different.


Watch as the 3500 hp UGR Lambo meets the 2500 hp Calvo Viper in an elimination round. We have to say that, as viewers here, we’re absolutely feeling the adrenaline.