Please "like" this video! Tweet here: ClickToTweet.com -- FACEBOOK: Facebook.com MORE INFO: ebaymotors.com Sure SEMA gave their own awards at the 2011 show, but now "The World's Fastest Car Show" has chosen its own take on those winners. We've selected our own winners from within the primary categories. The winner for the Hottest 4x4 or SUV was Jeep, and we chose the "Call of Duty: Black Ops" model. For the Hottest Truck Award, SEMA chose the Ford F-Series, and we chose an ginormous one with a Cummings diesel engine. SEMA's Hottest Sport Compact was the Fiat 500 - and outdoor sportsman's kit. Justin was always a fan of the original Cinque cento. SEMA's Hottest Car 2011 was Chevrolet Camaro, and we chose the Hot Wheels Chevy Camaro Concept. It's got a green mirror exterior! Then we pit two great racers from different eras, as our host and former 24 Hours of Le Mans champion Justin Bell takes on Bobby Isaac circa 1969. Specifically on June 1, 1969, when Isaac won the NASCAR race at the now-forgotten Middle Georgia Raceway that was seen in a recent ad for the Dodge Durango commercial. Forty-two years later, Justin will drive a 2012 Dodge Charger SRT8 with 6.4 L Hemi with suede paneling, an SRT-specific steering wheel, paddle shifters, electronics and more to try to best Isaac's average 73.7 MPH lap time, also in a Dodge Charger. However, the track has been abandoned for years, with big cracks and seams in the road, roots, weeds, and no safety barrier. Should be fun!
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