The Great Movie Car Race and the Cars Racing

The first motion picture was released in the year 1888 and since then a huge number of blockbuster movies have been released by the film industry. Billions of pounds were generated across the globe for production companies. Over the decades, cinema has become more than just watching a film; it’s an experience. With huge screens and the very best surround sounds, watching a movie has turned out to be one of the best-ever experiences.

Over the years, movie buffs have experienced a variety of films, from action, adventure, comedy, drama, crime, fantasy, epic, musical and horror. Some movies even prioritise car racing.

Fans can experience seeing some of the famous movie cars racing against each other to be the first to reach 60mph, as LeaseCar UK have created a video to find out who will win The Great Movie Car Race.

The cars featured in the video can be found below:

  • 1999 Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 – the racing car used in the movie Fast and Furious took 4.6 seconds and it is the winner among the ten other cars.
  • Tumbler the racing car used in the movie Batman: The Dark Knight took 5.6 seconds.
  • 1961 Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder was used in the movie Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and took 7 seconds.
  • Aston Martin DBS was used in James Bond: Goldfinger and took 8.1 seconds.
  • 1971 Mustang was used in Gone in 60 seconds and took 8.1 seconds.
  • 1966 Thunderbird was used in Theima and Louise and took 9.3 seconds.
  • DMC DeLorean was used in Back to the Future and took 10.5 seconds.
  • 1976 Ford Gran Torino was used in Starsky and Hutch and took 13 seconds.
  • Mk1 Austin Mini Cooper S was used in The Italian Job and took 14.2 seconds.
  • 1963 VW Beetle was used in Herbie and came in last at 23 seconds.

The winner and the car that secured the first position of reaching 60mph in The Great Movie Car Race was the 1999 Nissan Skyline GT-R R34.

The Tumbler came second andthe 1961 Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder came third.

So, the vehicles within film that created that ultimate race basis their top speeds are listed above. We would also love to hear from the people watching the video on Youtube “The Great Movie Car Race”. You can comment on the section below on the Youtube video. Even you can share it if you would like your friends to know about it too. Undoubtedly the films in which these cars were racing had major impact in your lives and it left us wanting more with every passing day.

We would love to hear which car you were rooting for in The Great Movie Car Race and if you picked the winner. Let us know if you think the 1999 Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 was a deserving winner. Share your thoughts using the hashtag #MovieCarRace.