Question of the Week: Why isn’t the SRT Viper selling better?
Although the SRT Viper saw an increase in sales in March 2014 to 67 units, sales have been slower than expected since the car was introduced in early 2013. Numbers peaked in June and July of 2013 with 97 and 94 units sold respectively and while the company didn’t expect to sell a thousand a […] More »
In the world of watching drag racing, the only thing better than watching a Dodge tear apart a Ford, Chevy or import brand is watching a pair of classic Dodge performance cars going head to head. This week’s Mopar Muscle Thursday clip features one such race, with a seriously built 1968 Dodge Charger racing overseas […] More »
The modern SRT Viper GTS-R race program made its less-than-triumphant return to the 24 Hours of LeMans race last year and with a strong finish to the 2013 combined with a strong start to the 2014 endurance racing season – many Mopar racing fans expected this to be the year where the Viper would head […] More »
The 2014 12 Hours of Sebring race was this past weekend and for the second time in as many races – the SRT Viper GTS-R has beaten the Chevrolet Corvette C7R in the GT LeMans (GTLM) class. The SRT Viper GTS-R race team only sent one car to the Sebring Winter test sessions but it […] More »
When we last left you, the Hennessey Performance twin-turbo Viper was having technical difficulties in achieving 230 miles per hour down the Maxton Mile. First it was the transmission causing problems, then it was the engine computer. With those hurdles cleared, it’s time for the sprint, and the HP gang is not messing around.