LETHALLY Dangerous! Meet The 5 BANNED Race Cars!

You thought there was no limit to powerful cars? Well, these race cars are actually so powerful and dangerous that they have been banned from the tracks. Each car having a story for itself, we will name these iconic beasts. First in the list of banned race cars is the Group A-Skyline GT-R R32 “Godzilla”, with a straight-6 twin turbo engine and a 447 KW of power. This car dominated the “Japan Touring Car Championship” by winning 29 races. Next on the list is the Group B Rally, which some of its most successful cars are Audi Quattro and Peugeot 205 T16. The Group B series caused 8 deaths, including the famous Henri Toivonen, and over 40 injuries.

Third on the list of banned race cars is the 2001 E46 BMW M3 GTR having a V8 engine and a 368 KW of power with 480 NM of torque. The 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona and 1970 Plymouth Superbird are next on the list. The Daytona had a V8 engine with 317 KW of power and 664 NM of torque. Final on the list is the most powerful race car ever built, Porsche 917/30 Can-AM with astonishing 1,178 KW of power and 1,112 NM of torque. Now, beat that if you can!



At last, follow this link to learn more about the illegal vehicles in America.