Did you know USA and the Kingdom of Bahrain are currently engage in the fierce battle? Fortunately, this is the kind of brawl that requires popcorn, not armor, as we are talking about the Nissan GT-R quarter-mile world record.
It all started last year, when the AMS Performance led the battle for the R35 GT-R 1,320-feet sprint record within the US. But, back in January, Bahrain-based Ekanoo Racing stole the record, and with the team then beating its own record the following month.
However, earlier this week, Ekanoo Racing delivered the new Godzilla world record – in fact, the crew also set a Porsche 991 1/4-mile record with the 911 Turbo S.
And at the end of that article, we wondered what American aftermarket developers engaged in this battle think of the Bahrain-captured record.
Well, the video below allows us to get an answer to that question – this clip shows AMS Performance bringing the record back to the US.
And the machine used wasn’t the tuner’s developer vehicle. Instead, we’re talking about the customer vehicle. However, this isn’t your average” client vehicle – the new record was set using the Alpha G, which, according to the estimations dropped by the AMS Performance in the past, packs around 3,000 hp.
That was pretty crazy. Wait until you see this next video below...