Rolls Royce Burnouts Never Cease to Amaze

Burnout

It makes no sense, which is why we love it.

Whenyou really think about it, burnouts don't really make a lot of sense, as anyperson with a little bit of brains and some respect for tires could easily tell you.But doing burnouts in a car that weighs 5,200 lbs and costs more than $300,000 –well that's just insane, and that's why we love it. In a video from theGoodwood Festival of Speed 2014, this elegant red Wraith gets down, dirty and smoky,proving that it has all the makings of an excellent rubber burner.

Check out this video and get ready to smile as you cringe:Check out this video and get ready to smile as you cringe:

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