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Daily Drive, Track, Burn: Corvette vs 911 vs GT-R

It's an automotive WWIII with America's Corvette up against Germany's 911 and Japan's GT-R. Which would you daily drive, track, and burn? Grab your stats and logic and dive in! DD Track Burn starts right now.

Alright, I want a fair fight. You all know the rules. And if not, just remember — you can only DD one car! You can only track one car! You can only burn one car! YOU HAVE ONE JOB.

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2015 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray

The ultimate value proposition. Polarizing looks, 7-speed manual, and 60 years of history!

MSRP from $54,000

Horsepower — 450 @ 6400

Displacement — 6.2L

Torque — 450 @ 3600

Fuel System — Direct Injection

Engine Type — Gas V8

2015 911 Carrera

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A well balanced coupe with 50 years of heritage. Polarizing looks and a 7-speed manual!

MSRP from $84,300

BASE ENGINE SIZE — 3.4 L

CAM TYPE — Double overhead cam (DOHC)

CYLINDERS — Flat 6

VALVES — 24

VALVE TIMING — Variable

TORQUE — 287 ft-lbs @ 5600 rpm

HORSEPOWER — 350 hp @ 7400 rpm

2015 Nissan GT-R

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Seven long years of heritage, but no 7-speed manual. And the looks? Polarizing, what else?

MSRP from $101,770

BASE ENGINE SIZE — 3.8 L

CAM TYPE — Double overhead cam (DOHC)

CYLINDERS — V6

VALVES — 24

VALVE TIMING — Variable

TORQUE — 463 ft-lbs @ 3200 rpm

HORSEPOWER — 545 hp @ 6400 rpm

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Alright everyone. I gave you your instructions up above. Remember to protect yourself at all times and above all, make this a good clean fight!

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Images via Chevrolet, Porsche, and Nissan. Stats via Edmunds (compromises with format consistency made via Kinja). Images and stats not guaranteed to be correct, and are for illustrative purposes only.

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