Corvette Z06 Fake Police Car Gone Bad Does Burnouts and Donuts

The C6 Corvette Z06 is a machine that needs no extra touch in order to delight its owner on each and every occasion he gets behind the wheel. But what if you owned one and wanted to make the most out of the hooning experience?
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Well, we're not here to give you advice on how to put the 7-liter V8 work. Instead, we want to talk about how a Z06 owner decided to play a dangerous, tire-smoking game.

This is a 'Vette that finds itself in Europe, with its driver deciding to take advantage of the differences between the car's home country and the Old Continent.

As a result, the man turned his Z06 into a fake police car. The trick he used was to resort to an US police livery, with the aim here being not to tip off the European cops.

We're not quite sure what an Old Continent police officer would think about this Corvette, but we're not sure our man was ready to sit in one place and find out.

A road rally was the setting chosen by this driver in order to unleash the beast

He entered the Z06 in the Streetgasm Tour, which took place earlier this year. We are talking about a Gumball-style road rally here, one that saw participants driving 2,000 miles in the course of a week,

The guy decided to enjoy every minute of it, so trolling police officers and other participants with his livery wasn't enough. He ended up roasting the rear tires and he wanted to make it was all done in as many ways as possible.

From burnouts to donuts, the 505 hp of the LS7 V8 were put to hooning use throughout the rally.

As you can imagine, the tire-smoking moments were caught on camera and you can check them out in the clip below.

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