2020 Challenger Hellcat Redeye
Not to mention the GT500 was designed to have larger tires on the rear unlike the Hellcats... and yes, that includes the "widebody" Challengers..Most of those cars you listed are going to fall within the driver's race category. Both the ZL1 and the GT500 can beat a Hellcat. It just depends on who makes the mistake first. Theorycraft says GT500 vs. Hellcat = loss for the Hellcat, 100% chance. The reality is that a Redeye can pull within the GT500's factory 1/4mi time by within .15, mathematically speaking. Having owned lots of S550s, I know where the theorycraft fails in this example. The Mustang chassis (and the GT500), is imprecise at launch. The GT500 handles it a little better, but it's still very light in the rear like every Mustang since the dawn of time. If the driver isn't good, he'll blow the tires off or get loose inside the 60ft. But, in a science vaccuum, yes, GT500 wins. If the GT500 is driven perfectly, it wins.
But that's the thing about drag racing, it rarely goes perfectly and why street cars pitted within .5 of one another can be a very good race on any given day.