Ever since the Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat came out, we've seen countless videos of it winning and losing at the drag strip. This latest race out of Canada is definitely one of the more interesting clips, though.
It's a drag between a new, stock-looking, automatic-equipped Challenger Hellcat and an equally stock-looking Ford Shelby Mustang GT500 from the generation sold between 2007 and 2009. According to , the race took place at Mission Raceway Park in British Columbia. Both cars seem to get a good start, but the Mustang—a decade-old car with a manual transmission—handily defeats the Hellcat, throwing up a quarter-mile time of 10.8 seconds at 126 mph. The Hellcat, meanwhile, only managed to eek out an 11.3 second quarter-mile at 121 mph.
Considering our friends at Car and Driver clocked a 12.9-second quarter-mile , it's obvious the Mustang here is modified—though it looks totally stock from what we can see of it. It just goes to show: Just because you brought the latest, most expensive toy to the track doesn't mean you'll always come out on top.