Toyota Tacomas Take Down Some Of The Fastest Imports Around
For those who never set foot on the premises of Maryland International Raceway for ...
For those who never set foot on the premises of Maryland International Raceway for the Import vs Domestic World Cup Finals, they’re missing out. Luckily, though, we have plenty of videos to recap the action and give us a little bit more of the story behind some of the fastest vehicles on the scene. This time, we check out a little blue bit of a plot twist that happened at the event this past November.
When it comes to the “True Street” class, we get to see some pretty incredible vehicles. They’ll all be shooting for that $5000 in cash at the end of the rainbow. The slight barrier in between every vehicle and that money, though, stands 31 others in the field of 32. They’re all coming with a vengeance and looking to do the same thing.
Most of the time, the field is filled with cars but this time, a couple of trucks decided the come and ruffle some feathers a little bit. Two Toyota Tacomas both built by one shop decided to roll up to the scene this year and really made a statement. In fact, regardless of the cars in the class, the trucks would qualify number one and number two.
Not only did they qualify well, but they raced their hearts out when it came time to put up or shut up. By following along with the video below, we get the complete rundown of what exactly makes these trucks hit so hard. On one hand, one of the Tacoma is powered by Honda. In the other machine, we see a familiar face that that actually made a couple of passes at World Cup last year. This black one is powered by Toyota 2JZ power. How far can use trucks stand to go? It’s time to find out! Video – BigKleib34
Oh yeah, did we mention that after chugging along heavily in the 8-second range all weekend long, they were both able to drive a couple of hundred miles home afterward?
Don't mess with a Taco. Lesson learned.
Posted by BigKleib34 on Wednesday, March 13, 2019