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Nissan Skyline GT-Rs are quite common around the world, including Australia, where they are used in professional drag racing.

Sydney Dragway hosted its annual GT-R Festival at the end of May, featuring some of the best Nissan cars in the country. Some of them were so powerful and fast that they might make you reconsider what Godzilla is capable of.

Without a doubt, the craziest GT-R of the event was the R34 GT-R, known as RHM. The car was built by Sydney-based B2R Motorsport and entered the record books as the fastest manual GT-R.

The car is equipped with a 3.4-liter engine that has been heavily modified and added a massive turbocharger. It produces 1,800 hp, which outperforms even the Bugatti Chiron Super Sport with its 8.0-liter quad-turbo W16.

During the GT-R Festival, the RHM owner completed the quarter mile in 7.93 seconds, setting a new world record for a manual R34 GT-R. By comparison, the flagship Chiron takes 9.4 seconds to cover the same distance.

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