Back in the early 1990s, Callaway Cars, the famous Corvette tuner shop, decided it would go race at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. So it built this, the SuperNatural Corvette LM.
The SuperNatural Corvette LM was built in extremely limited numbers, with four race-ready examples and five street examples. Based on the now mostly unloved C4 Corvette, both versions shared many of their carbon fiber body panels, as well as some aero components.
The street version was equipped with a 435-horsepower LT1 Chevy V8, capable of 0-60 in 4.1 seconds, and a quarter-mile time of 12.3 seconds at 118 mph. Back in the mid-'90s, those were some serious numbers.
Back when the LM was new, MotorWeek got their hands on the first street-going example to test around Roebling Road Raceway outside of Savannah, Georgia. They've just uploaded the video review to for all of us to watch, and it's fantastic.
Seeing this car get muscled around a track is something we'll probably never see again, so get your fill in here.