Mustang GT Burnout Turns into Crash, People Nearly Hit

Failed Mustang GT Burnout 1 photo
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Please excuse the negative IQ explanations in the image above. We felt like the drive of the Mustang that did this needs a better understanding of the two-pedaled phenomenon called a burnout. Yes, that’s what the guy was attempting to perform, but he ended up thrashing the car, as well as the atmosphere.
The shenanigan took place on July 18, at Mustang Weekend 2014, with the fourth-generation ‘Stang GT Convertible trying to impress the crowd on Highway 17, near Hooters. Well, he achieved his goal, given that the Mustang went out of control and, as the car was heading towards the bystanders on the side of the road, people started screaming much louder than Hooter girls have ever determined them to.

Fortunately, the few people standing on the first lane jump behind the curb hust before the Ford hits this. The Mustang slides right into the curb, with the resulting impact causing the soft top cover to come off, while also causing serious damage on the “bling-bling” aftermarket rims of the car. The driver must’ve seen too many action movies or something, since he acts totally casually and carries on driving, on a flat tire, as if nothing had happened.

Still, worse things have happened on similar occasions, with previous videos of this kind showing us the out-of-control car invading the intimacy of multiple vehicle on the other side of the road. Yes, we’re saying we should be thankful the driver’s ego was the only thing hurt here.

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