Matt Farah Proves Corvette Stingray is a Burnout Natural

Burnout

As if we didn’t know already, Farah demonstrates the awesome burnout capabilities of the C7.

While testing and filming the new C7 Corvette Stingray, Matt Farah took a time out to reinforce why his show is called the Smoking Tire and to mess up the quaint Monterey scenery with smoke and noise. A full review is in the offing, but in the meantime you can check out the portly presenter with what appears to be his slimmed down sibling in the passenger seat destroy the Vette’s tires for our amusement.

Various angles of the tire shredding action were taken, each demonstrating that while the new Stingray represents a quantum leap forward in terms of mechanical wizardry and interior luxury, it has lost none of its burnout charm.

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