DXB Viper. Awesome Potential

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This weekend saw the long awaited return of the DXB Racing Dodge Viper. Meticulously built by Julian and Joe at DXB themselves it shows just how well they can put a car together. I was itching to see it having seen it as a bear chassis a few months ago and suffice to say was knocked sideways at just how awesome it is.

Taking what was basically a street car off the road and turning it into a car that can compete with Factory built GT competition is a mind boggling task, however judging by what happened for the first part of Race two on Saturday I would say that they are WELL on the way to doing it. Once the new build niggles have been ironed out and the extra width has arrived I wouldn’t be to surprised to see Julian harassing the Vette once again.

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