Dean Kearney’s Oracle Lightning Dodge Viper [SPYSHOTS]

Earlier in the week we leaked a little preview of Dean Kearney’s Dodge Viper showing off his rear quarter panel. Here is a complete image of the Oracle Lighting Dodge Viper set to compete during the 2013 Formula Drift season. The new Viper will run under #43 and run Achilles Radial for the season. Other big partners includeĀ AEM, and SPARCO. What does everyone think of Dean Kearney’s Viper for the new year?

14 Comments

  1. cody says:

    The actual car is on his Facebook.

  2. cody says:

    And he is running Achilles.

  3. cody says:

    Ninja edit. Well played.

  4. Matthew Clarke says:

    Those rims.

  5. Rico Suave says:

    Yea he needs to look into better wheels

  6. Rico Suave says:

    Yea he needs to look into better wheels

  7. Looks pretty interesting, hope to see more footage of the car this year.

    Also, it looks like the windshield banner and side placards for the cars have changed. Could we get some insight into that please.

  8. Mike Peters says:

    This car just SCREAMS ‘I do whatever I want, screw you’. I like it because of that.

    The side placards showed up on Taka’s car. FD is constantly improving every aspect of their series, and for years the little side card has been awkward in some situations, looks like they changed it. Go them!

  9. LPOneThree says:

    Definitely the most bad ass car in FD, I hope it performs.

  10. Brian says:

    This is what I pictured Diago driving in D1

  11. dorifag says:

    That wing is real nice.

    Cool car.

  12. Taylor says:

    Why does he have some Mexican wheels on it?

    Car looks weird

  13. jason@psi says:

    Car looks great .. glad to see Dean get back on track… I expect good things

  14. lifer says:

    This could be the year everything pays off for Dean. He is a proven talented pro driver, but just needed the right combo of team and car. It sounds like this is it from what Dean said earier. I’m definitely looking forward to seeing the Viper back in action again!