800 HP Z06 Driver Spins His Wheels and Almost Bites the Dust

Fail

This dude just plain can't handle the power.

This 800-HP Z06 is way too much for its driver. Watch as he tentatively ponders whether or not to even get in there to show it off, letting his instigator know, "I'll do what I can." After taking the wheel, the driver puts the pedal to the metal and immediately loses the handle. On the second try, his lack of control is so obvious that he spins the car around just in time for a nice surprise in the shape of an 18 wheeler.

He's lucky the trucker was cautious, because if he wasn't Mr. Balls may have had some involuntary fiberglass implants to worry about.

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