Only in America can you arrange a multi-way drag race like this. Not only does it feature four extremely quick cars, but also a plane for good measure. In fact, the best part is that none of these cars are manufacturer/press units, each is privately owned. Check out loads more drag race videos by clicking here.

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Heavy hitters

The cars that these petrolheads have arranged for the multi-way drag race are some of the quickest accelerating available to the public. Also, there are two all-wheel-drive turbocharged monsters from the VW Group in the shape of the Porsche 992 Turbo S and the Bugatti Chiron. 

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Porsche’s latest 911 Turbo S is extremely quick off the mark (as you can see in these drag races). It can blitz the quarter-mile in a fraction over 10 seconds. The Big Bug was built as a grand tourer, however, it is no slouch over the standing start drag race, as you can see it prove against an F1 car here.

Representing the UK is the mighty McLaren Senna. The rear-wheel-drive supercar is a track weapon. Notably, it is powered by a twin-turbocharged 4,0-litre V8 that sends 588 kW to the rear wheels through an automated seven-speed transmission. In addition, for the Musk fanboys, there is a Tesla Model S Plaid edition. The all-electric sedan has 750 kW on tap from dual electric motors, one on each axle. 

Also, there is a plane in attendance… However, we aren’t sure of the specifics of that. 

Multi-way drag race

Below, the racing action starts around the three-minute mark. Also, if you enjoy this multi-way drag race video feel free to share it using the social media buttons below.