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Posted: 03/01/12 05:57am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

This guy has a way cooler job than I do.



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All that fancy driving....after he hit the wall just getting on the track.


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and then he drives away with two flat tires...

Just think of the fun he could have in a Subaru WRX!
Specially prepared, of course...
He might be able to finish up with FOUR flat tires!


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I've been trying to learn how to drive my class A like that but I just don't seem to have enough power to do those same kind of power slides. Maybe if I practice more on my heel and toe touch and go's.

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Posted: 03/02/12 08:45am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

jetboater454 wrote:

...after he hit the wall just getting on the track.
Yea, I liked that little wall kissing right at the start. It left a nice mark on the wall.

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runnin' a little rich there Butch...


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And what I heard is that the car is a totally stock Fiesta with just a fancy paint job.

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ETex2 wrote:

And what I heard is that the car is a totally stock Fiesta with just a fancy paint job.
LOL, I didn't know stock Fiestas came with 660 HP. I must be looking at the wrong cars.... [emoticon]

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