Two Corvette Drivers Burn Their Clutches In a Row Trying to Pull Burnouts

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When we think about a pair of Corvettes attending an event dubbed “Dream Car Experience,” driving failure isn’t the first thought that comes to mind. After all, a three-pedal setup on a ‘Vette is not NASCAR science, is it?
We’re not sure about the answer to that question, since the footage below shows that, for some driver, a Corvette can be more difficult to operate than a space shuttle.

The drivers in question attempted to please the crowd by pulling some good old burnouts, but things don’t exactly go as planned. As if they would have come up with a fail choreography before the event, the two end up burning their clutches instead of their tires.

To make things even more ironic, the Corvettes followed each other on the way out, so we can say those attending were treated with a continuos flow of clutch smoke. And yes, people know the smell.

The footage only allows us to see the second Chevy, a Silver one, attempting to roast the rear tires, while the Blue machine comes into the frame with its clutch already smoking.

Both pull the usual post-failure move, acting as if nothing had happened, leaving the show in a casual manner.

And to make things a bit worse, neither of them missed the opportunity to scrape the front apron while in front of the camera. So if any of us had doubts about these guys lacking any form of driving skill, we now have the confirmation for that.

Despite the... twin-clutch burning moves displayed here, this clip doesn’t even come close to the now-classic Yellow Z06 clutch massacre video. For those of you who are not familiar with the video showing the C6 Z06’s 7-liter engine ruining its clutch due to the driver’s ignorance, we’ve also added this below.

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