I now present to you, from left to right: Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus SCG003, Aston Martin Vulcan, Porsche 918 RSR, McLaren P1 GTR, Ferrari FXX K and Koenigsegg Agera RS (not pictured because PicMonkey wouldn't make me fit six pictures). Together, they make over 5,000 horsepower. They also make enough downforce to equal the weight of all of Oppositelock's moderators and admins combined.

They are not street-legal; they're track-only specials.

They are not even cars.

They are weaponized masses of titanium, carbon fiber, aluminum, and liquids. Jet fighters on a sky of asphalt, governed by gravity, wind, and the lines of the world's most demanding tracks: Silverstone, Imola, Nurburgring, Spa, Assen, Monaco, and Dunsfold (wait, what?!). Tanks, with Michelin Pilots and Pirelli Zeros for treads, roll cages for armor, and multiple exhaust pipes for main guns, shooting fire instead of HEAT rounds to anyone who dare draft and attempt a pass. They are battleships capable of speeds up to 220 mph, 2-3 g's of lateral acceleration, and turning a mortal Opponaut into either a ball of meat or deity (or turn a mortal Opponaut into a ball of meat AND deity).

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And still there is one marque that hasn't dropped their own weaponized hypercar. Or a sequel to their old weaponized hypercar.

Pagani, the Powers are calling. Your Rivals are waiting. Make the Huayra R.

But I'm having Mr. Glick's car. Because it's cheap. And race-ready from the lot.