Have you ever witnessed a competition between different types of vehicles? Maybe you have seen the results of a competition between a plane such as the epic 1945 Spitfire TR9 V12 and the legendary Range Rover Sport? The former is 1,750 horsepower whereas the latter not even small 510 hp. Believe it or not, the Rover accomplished its mission more than successfully.
The Chief Vehicle Integrity Engineer of Jaguar Land Rover, Mike Cross was driving the Rover against Boultbee Flight Academy Pilot Matt Jones, who governed the Spitfire.
Though Britain`s legends on land and sky, these masteries are different in terms of power. The Range Rover Sport is runs on a 5.0-liter V-8 engine with 510 hp, whereas the Spitfire TR9 V12 Merlin is powered by a V-12 Merlin engine and runs a 1,750-horsepower.
Take a look at the video to see which was the winner.