Race cars usually don't get driven on the street. They're loud, inefficient, and wildly uncomfortable. Most of the time, they can't even be made legal thanks to emissions laws and other safety considerations. But there are some people that go the extra mile to keep their competition cars legal for the road. The owner of this Toyota Supra is one of them.
YouTube channel caught up with Geovannie Castillo, operator of this heavily modified Mk. IV Supra, during this year's Drag Week 2018 event. Drag Week is a competition where entrants must drive their cars from drag strip to drag strip, competing without the assistance of trailers or other cars. Often times, competitors will tow a small trailer full of tools and parts behind their race car, which is pretty bizarre to see. It's fun to watch, though, and impressive to see how a purpose-built dragster handles being driven so far outside its normal habitat.
Despite being street legal, Castillo's Supra is still monstrously quick. It's able to lay down seven-second quarter-mile times, struggling to grip the surface with those massive drag slicks. Check out the full video right here.