Ferrari F8 Tributo vs Mclaren 765 LT vs Porsche 911 GT2 RS; Need We Say More

European Exotics battle it out on the runway in a series of drag races

Mat Watson from Carwow is back with another Drag Race special

A Ferrari F8 takes on a Mclaren 765 LT and a Porsche 911 GT2 RS

The F8 is one of Ferrari's most recent mid-engined thorough breds

It features a 3.9 L twin-turbo V8 that produces 720 hp and 567 lb-ft of torque. It weighs 3163 lbs. It features a 7 speed DCT with RWD

The Mclaren 765 LT is also one the most extreme mid-engined Mclarens to date

Its 4.0 L V-8 twin turbo V-8 engine produces 765 hp & 590 lb-ft of torque and just like the Ferrari it, also employs a 7 Speed DCT with power sent to the rear

The final car here is also the heaviest one in this company at 3240 lbs. The Porsche 911 GT2 RS (991 Generation)

Its 3.8 L flat-six boxer engine produces 700 hp and 553 lb-ft of torque

So the Mclaren already looks like its ahead of the other two with more power and less weight

However, when it comes to the exhaust, it's not the Ferrari, but the Porsche that wins this one hand down. You'll have to watch the video ( swipe - up) to actually hear how good the GT2 RS' stock exhaust sounds

They line up for the launch and its neck and neck for a bit

Although the Mclaren got the worst launch of the bunch, it took the win, completing the standing quarter in 10.1 seconds

Next, they do a rolling race from 50 mph in normal mode

The GT2s PDK was the quickest to respond here

It was even in the lead till the half mile mark, however, the Mclaren got past it by the mile marker

Switching it up to sports mode and manual mode from 50 mph, the Mclaren 765 LT dominated

The final test was a full emergency stop from 100 mph and to everyone's surprise, the GT2 RS, despite being the heaviest car, was the quickest to come to a stop,

But we can safely say that the Mclaren 765 LT is the clear winner in this battle. Swipe Up to Read More.

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