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When you're drag racing against someone, the whole idea is to smash the pedal to the ground and go as fast as you can. For this race between a Rimac Nevera and a Ferrari F12tdf, things were a bit different. You see, the Rimac Nevera has 1,914 horsepower and 1,741 lb-ft of torque on tap... right away. That's thanks to its electric powertrain that sends all of the juice in an instant. For the Ferrari F12tdf, things are a bit different. As far as naturally-aspirated cars go, the F12tdf is certainly no slouch. In fact, it's packing quite a bit of power thanks to its V12 engine-- 780 hp and 520 lb-ft of torque to be exact. Of course, it's difficult for many supercars to keep up the electric hypercars that are starting to show up. That's why the Nevera was able to put on the brakes during a drag race and still win. This was all captured by Automotive Mike during Supercar Owners Circle 2021 in Zagreb, Croatia and you can see it for yourself in the video up above.