You'd have to be mad to tune a Toyota Supra straight-six engine to 1100hp. You'd have be crazy to then transplant that engine into an E30 BMW M3. Then to take the Supra-M3 to the Nurburgring GP circuit and lap it against Porsche GT2s and Ferrari 430 Scuderias? Well, you'd have to be as nuts as this guy:
How sensational are those final turn drifts? Running on E85 Ethanol, this is a pretty subtle-looking conversion, with no major cooling giveaways and even E60 BMW M5 rear wheels fitted. The makeshift side-exit exhaust is a gnarly touch too, for a car that produced between 192hp and 235hp when new. Now it's got more power than a Bugatti Veyron, or two Jaguar XFR-Ss. The ultimate Ultimate Driving Machine? You saw it here first!
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