Have you ever seen a 1,100-plus-horsepower car at Sonic? If you hang out at the Sonic in Bowling Green, Kentucky, during the first weekend of October, chances are you just might. This is the essence of the King of the Street. We want cars that make a crap-ton of power, but are still able to perform the everyday functions of a "regular" car. With Tony's GT500, Nick Burch's GT, and Matthew Wadel's Mach 1 all at Sonic at the same time, we're sure Sonic experienced a horsepower overload that day. Between the three cars, the combined horsepower was over 2,500. That must be some kind of record.