Hoonigan, the auto racing-themed YouTube channel, has accomplished one of the things earthlings most wanted in recent years: Back to the 2000s. Hoonigan, who raced 2 racing cars from the early 2000s, gave car enthusiasts a feast of nostalgia.
Competing fiercely in 3 different variants, the 2002 Honda S2000 and 2000 Acura Integra Type R met on the track to show how their very different features would be reflected in a drag race. Effortless winner of unfair competitions, became Honda S2000.
The cutthroat race of millennium cars:
Competing in 3 other variants in Hoonigan’s image, the 2002 Honda S2000 and 2000 Acura Integra Type R showed how their different features can make a difference on the track. In the first of the 1000-meter races, both cars started equally. The 2002 Honda S2000 easily finished this type with a win. In the second type, the S2000 started from behind and took 1 person in the passenger seat in order to increase the scale. The winner of this variant was the Acura Integra, by a very narrow margin. In the third and final variant, the extra passenger in the S2000 got out, but the vehicle started from behind again. The S2000, which lost its excess weight, , despite starting behind, finished the bout with a win.
Honda’s car demonstrated its superiority in speed, even in the variant it lost. However, this competition, which was arranged for nostalgia, was not fair. Or let’s say the vehicles belonged to different leagues. While the Integra has a 199 hp and 1.8 liter engine S2000 had a 243 hp and 2 liter engine. S2000 was rear wheel drive, Integra front wheel drive. There was a difference of 91 kilograms in the middle of the vehicles whose manual transmissions were not changed. The heavy side was the Honda S2000.