How To Slay Tires Without Moving An Inch

Burnout

Watch eight tires get slayed in one minute.

For pro drifters Chris Forsberg and Ryan Tuerck, burning rubber is part of their job spec. But destroying tires is normally a consequence of powersliding around a track. However, there are more ways to skin a cat, and as you will see it is just as easy, if not easier, to fill the air with tire smoke by spinning wheels on the spot. In fact, it takes no more than a minute for Tuerck and Forsberg to smoke an entire set of tires.

Inhaling four burning tires worth of smoke can't be good for your health. But it's sure good for your soul.

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