Blond Bombshell Shows Us How Easy It Is To Go Fast

Girls

It's both impressive and depressing all at the same time.

It’s often said that there is more to drag racing than just stomping on the gas and holding on, but the video here suggests that all of the electronic aids in the Nissan GT-R might have made it just that easy. The video shows a demonstration by way of putting a girl (her name is Heather) with no race experience, and who had never even been in a GT-R, run an 11.06 @ 121.04. She even beat the times posted by more experienced drivers using the same car.

So, has Heather shown us that drag racing is doomed, and that soon anyone can race like a pro? Maybe, but we’re still hoping not.

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