There's a good physics lesson in the results of this drag race, weighing factors like coefficients of drag, frontal surface area, total drag forces, car weights, power, power delivery, gearing, and much more, but there's also just a good show: an 1,150-horsepower Nissan GT-R going head-to-head with a 950-horsepower Porsche 911 Tubo over a full mile.
The results at the end of the mile are predictable, given the power disparity, but things could have gone much worse for the 911 if the driver hadn't beaten the GT-R to the punch. We won't spoil the whole thing for you, as it's a surprisingly interesting pull.
Think you can explain what's going on here, in more than back-of-the-envelope terms? Let us know your theory below.