It's kind of hard wrapping your head around the fact a revved-up sports car with a higher top speed lost a raging one-fourth mile drag race to an electric four-door sedan not once, but twice in a row.

That's exactly what happened to an all-new 500 hp 2020 Toyota Supra with a tune and downpipes that ran up against a stock Tesla Model 3 Performance, meaning this machine wasn't modified in any way unlike the Supra. Put in another way, a super Supra got its clock cleaned by a "soccer mom Tesla." Ouch!

The race was arranged by Dragtimes.com, which is an online database of 1/4 mile drag racing timeslips, drag racing videos and pictures (among others) from drag racing enthusiasts. Dragtimes.com didn't say when and where this race took place but had the video dated Nov. 4 uploaded to YouTube.

Even knowing the specs these two racers started with still can't adequately explain the Supra's twin losses. This car's ICE (internal combustion engine) came off the factory packing 340 hp. A lot of tweaking boosted that already formidable performance to 500 hp, which outdid the Model 3's 473 hp combined and 472 pound-feet of torque.

While the specs of this particular Supra wasn't revealed, we know a test conducted by Car and Driver last May saw a Supra 3.0 L run the 1⁄4 mile (402 meters) in a time of 12.3 seconds at 182 km/h (113 mph).

Your stock Model 3 Performance can accelerate from 0 to100 km/h (0 to 62 mph) in 3.4 seconds. It's got a top speed of 261 km/h (162 mph).

Tesla Model 3 The Tesla Model 3 on display in Los Angeles, California. The popular Model 3s have driven more than 1 billion electric miles in record time. Photo: FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images

Now, to the Dragtimes' 1/4 mile race. We already know the Model 3 Performance won both times. The first race saw the Tesla run the distance with a time of 11.765 seconds compared to the Supra's 12.102 seconds. The Tesla's top speed clocked in at 112.72 mph while that of the Supra was recorded at 114.47 mph.

The second race, also won by the Model 3, gave it a time of 11.787 seconds at a speed of 112.28 mph against the Supra's 12.071 seconds at 114.72 mph.

When you view the video, it becomes plain the Model 3 won because of its faster acceleration. The driver of the Supra was first off the line in both races with the Tesla driver having to play catch-up both times.