Watch a Girl Burn a Viper Clutch as She Tries to Do a Burnout in Reverse

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Driving a supercar or a musclecar with three pedals is a bit like playing a game of trust in bed. You know the vehicle underneath you can deliver and the car knows you can handle its clutch in a way that keeps all that torque from roasting it. Well, imagine you've just agreed to be blindfolded and, instead of receiving a cube of ice on your chest, your SO drops a whole bucket over you, out of the blue.
The aforementioned scenario doesn't even come close to what a poor Dodge Viper was subjected to, as a female driver destroyed its clutch while failing to pull a series of burnouts.

We're not quite sure how and why the guys filming the whole ordeal allowed her to get behind the wheel and abuse the Viper SRT-10, but we do know she managed to generate more smoke from the clutch than from the rear tires.

The video reminds us of a clip from five years ago, when a guy gloriously burns the clutch of a C6 Corvette Z06 while attempting to smoke the rear tires. By the way, the footage of the Corvette's pain can be found below, right under that showing the Viper's torture.

She tried to pull a burnout in... reverse

Slipping the clutch while trying to do a burnout and roasting the poor thing is nothing new, but our girl here takes things to a whole new level. Among other "honey, I burned the clutch again" moves, she attempts to do a burnout in that tall reverse gear.

With her right foot controlling the over 500 lb-ft (700 Nm) of the V10 hidden under that long hood, her left foot was left to mistreat the clutch. Oh if only that Tremec manual tranny could speak...

While we always wish to meet car girls such as Sabine Schmitz or autoevolution's Sabine, a Mercedes CLA45 AMG taxi owner and driver, we prefer to see shy girls that drive way below the speed limit rather than those who pretend to have hooning skills and happily destroy precious metal in the process.

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