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World’s Fastest Camaro Destroyed at Texas Mile Chasing Record

World's Fastest Camaro Destroyed at Texas Mile Chasing Record

World's Fastest Camaro Destroyed at Texas Mile Chasing Record

After a Hennessey tuned Ford GT1000 recently set a brand new world record at the Texas Mile sprinting down the short track at a top speed of 267.7mph, the team behind the world’s fastest Chevrolet Camaro wasn’t happy.

Also tuned by Hennessey Performance, this Chevrolet Camaro once held the record at the Texas Mile in early 2012 after sprinting to over 250mph before the mile mark.

World's Fastest Camaro Destroyed at Texas Mile Chasing Record

However, when attempting to reclaim its former world record at the Texas Mile, this 2,800hp monster met its maker at 240hp when it flipped multiple times just before its parachute was pulled.

Thankfully, the driver Joey Huneycutt escaped the high-speed crash with only minor injuries but the Camaro on the other hand wasn’t so lucky.

3 COMMENTS

  1. Correction for your article. This car is owned by Kelly Bise and was built and tuned by KP Racing of Houston. We are in the process of releasing a video, and out of respect for Kelly, have asked everyone to give him a minute and wait to post any personal videos. Contact KP Racing or Kelly Bise on facebook if you have any questions.

    • Where do these people get their info from? One would assume that gtspirit.com would get their facts correct prior to posting incorrect details on the web!

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