Outrageous TT Corvette Surges to over 220mph Quarter Mile
When you think about those who are known for drag racing Corvettes, there are very ...
When you think about those who are known for drag racing Corvettes, there are very few who have done it like Mark Carlyle has. The Atomic Fusion Z06 is a car that really has drawn more than its fair share of attention and for good reason. As the fastest car in the world that still has independent rear suspension, the Chevrolet Corvette has really pounded its way into the hearts of many as it rips to well over 220 mph in a quarter mile, consistently as it clocks in with passes in the low six-second elapsed time range when it comes to how long it takes to get from start to finish.
This time, Carlyle is back and making rounds at the Import vs Domestic World Cup Finals out at Maryland International Raceway. The event really draws in quite an impressive selection of cars from around the world that are all ready and raring to get at the quarter-mile and Carlyle’s Atomic Fusion Corvette really managed to stand out from the pack, making itself a dominant presence as it made its way down the track to some impressive times that we’ve gotten used to from the car. We’ve noticed that this machine never fails to disappoint when it stages in the beams and gets ready to go to battle.
Follow along in the BigKleib34 video down below that takes you for a ride on the wild side with this mean Corvette that shows us exactly how it does the quarter mile while it flexes its muscles all the way down the track. If you would consider yourself a Corvette fan even the slightest, this is definitely a machine that you’re going to want to lay eyes on. Tune in to the action down below from Maryland International as it was all captured on location.