Parallel racing is probably one of the most watched car duels on the web. There are new videos constantly showing a variety of cars.
This time we have a very even battle between two supercars from Italy and Great Britain – Ferrari and McLaren. Despite the huge difference in power, the cars drive almost identically.
A duel between two generations of McLaren LT. The oldest model in combat was practically non-existent (video)
The Ferrari SF90 Stradale is a plug-in hybrid, and its power comes primarily from a 4.0-liter V8. In total, the driver gets 1,000 horsepower and 800 Nm of torque at his disposal.
The McLaren 765LT, in turn, is a traditional combustion engine car. We also have a 4.0-liter V8 that officially generates 765 hp and 800 Nm.
However, we know very well that visits to the serial copy dynamometer can greatly surprise McLaren owners. Which is very positive.
> It’s the world’s fastest hybrid. Ferrari SF90 runs at 100 km/h in just over two seconds (video)
Evidence that the McLaren 765LT can be more powerful than what the manufacturer claims is, for example, the fights, which you will see in a moment on the attached video. No one expected such small differences between a 1,000 hp and 765 hp car.
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