2015 Ford Mustang Rental Raced on a Motorcross Track Is Pure Abuse

Ever considered taking a pony car to a motocross track? Hope not. Before you even think about doing it, make sure you check out what a bunch of rednecks did.
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Yes, according to the title of the video below, these people rented at least two cars, one of which was a 2015 Mustang and took them offroading. As if using a ‘Stang on a motocross track wasn’t enough, they did this at night.

The two cars (the “camera vehicle” and the Mustang) are in some sort of a race. As you can imagine, the vehicles get plenty of abuse in the process. Judging by what we can see in the video, there’s no terminal damage, but the smaller bits that add up are enough to take a serious toll on these cars.

This is why we can’t have nice things. No, really, it is.

Sure, at first it might seem like these drivers and their passengers are enjoying some time behind the wheel. What’s actually happening is that we are dealing with one of those moments that ruins the fun for everybody else.

We’ll start with the rental company that supposedly owns these cars. Such cases only lead to stricter policies that may make many first-time customers feel an aggressive attitude. So, from the very beginning, we have a piece of redneck entertainment that affects both the company and the clientele.

Then there’s the track itself. Last time we checked, bikes and cars didn’t have the same footprint on the scale, so plowing through the ups and downs of the course in a car has serious chances of ruining the design.

P.S.: No redneck episode would be complete without picking on the Miata, so this part is obviously on the house.

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