Presenting The Worst Driver To Ever Do Burnouts In A Viper

Fail

On the plus side, his braking ability is intact.

This is not someone you should aspire to be because, quite frankly, this guy shouldn’t be doing burnouts. We’re even surprised that he drives this first gen Dodge Viper in the first place. It’s a car that demands respect and he’s clearly not capable of giving it that. There are a couple of reasons why. For starters, he can’t manage a burnout. OK, that can be forgivable the first time, but it’s when he makes another attempt that it becomes evidently clear he needs to find another hobby before he kills or seriously injures people.

Because of his inability to do said burnout, let alone control the Viper itself, he nearly goes into a crowd of people. Good thing he knows how to quickly use the brake.

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