The editors of Zero to 60 Times made the decision to create a directory of various sports car, luxury car, hybrid car, muscle car, classic car, exotic car and import car stats, which reference to simply one 0 to 60 and quarter mile result per car.
This is a list of all cars of which we have 0-60 and 1/4 mile times. We periodically add new cars to our list based on popularity and interest from our users. 0-60 times and 1/4 mile times vary based on many factors such as road conditions, weather conditions, altitude, and driver experience.
Dragtimes.com is an online database of 1/4 mile drag racing timeslips, dyno graphs, drag racing videos and pictures submitted by drag racing enthusiasts. This site serves as a resource for readers to share information about their fast cars and motorcycles, find out what other cars are running, and what modifications it took to get those times.
MyQuarterMile is an online public database of stock 0-60 and 1/4 mile times, automotive history
1/4 Mile Trap Speed = This calculator estimates your 60 foot, eighth and quarter mile elapsed times and trap speed when given the weight of the car and flywheel or wheel horsepower. A 14% driveline loss is assumed for flywheel HP.
Zero to 60 & 1/4 Miles Times. PLEASE READ THIS BEFORE YOU CONTINUE. This is a collection of 0-60 and 1/4 mile times that have been accumulated from many different sources over the years.
A Word About 0-60 & Quarter Mile Times 0-60 mph and 1/4 mile times have traditionally been used as indicators of vehicle performance. Arguably these statistics are not the only measures of performace, yet their popularity endures.
Myquartermile.com public database resutls for Chevrolet stock 0-60 and 1/4 mile times.
For the purpose of manageability, this list is limited to production cars that are able to reach 0–100 km/h time or 0–60 mph (0–97 km/h) in 3.0 seconds or less for the first list or cover a quarter mile (402 m) from a standing start in 11.0 seconds or less for the second list.
Fastest 1/4 mile ever 3.58 secs @ 386 mph (621.61 km/h) Santa Pod dragstrip is the venue in which the current world drag racing record, a time of 3.58 seconds at 386.26 mph (621.61 km/h) was set ...