Correct it is not a drag car. But like I was trying to say, it's not how much but where it is in the powerband and how it is used. A drag car lives for highend peaky power numbers, while a road racing(ie: time attack) car goes faster with lower horsepower numbers as long as the powerband is smooth and flat. Yes they still need some top end pull, but acceleration and pull out of a corner are much more important.
And yes I am. Thank you for asking, man. four days of Swine hell! I'm feeling better just doing something today, plus I think I'm starting to pull out of it.
94 Mazda MX6 LS - yep, blew it up again.
93 Ford Probe GT - the $200 DD.
03 Ford Windstar - the ManVan!