Power will come from the same 8.4-liter V10, which produces a total of 640hp at 6150 rpm and 600lb-ft of torque at 4950. Final performance stats and specific changes aren't available just yet, but we expect to see the typical modifications done when going from the road to track. The Viper certainly isn't new to racing, as it was the first American-built car to score an overall win at the 2000 Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona. Before that, the 1996 GTS-R won five international GT championships. In 2010, the Dodge
Viper Cup Series was founded, which used the limited-edition Viper ACR-X spec series cars. The series will also continue, but it's been renamed the SRT Viper Cup Series.