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Old 06-05-2012, 12:46 PM   #1
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Is there a thread for 'people doing stupid things in their brand new car' thread?

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Old 06-05-2012, 07:10 PM   #2
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I cringed a lot looking at that.
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Old 06-05-2012, 07:40 PM   #3
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wow... neighbors must love these guys
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Old 06-05-2012, 07:58 PM   #4
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yep- this is the new civic si folks, get used to it..
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Old 06-05-2012, 08:40 PM   #5
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OMG, that poor car.
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Those guys are stupider than their clothing company.
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repost but I agree.... and they're local to me.
sweet move, but seriously... in a small area, broad daylight, with people, cars, dog, etc. AND in a brand new car AND from my local dealership = fail

... I wear DTA clothes too -___- but it was to support Gush.
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I've never understood the point of a burnout (aside from before making a pass at the strip).
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Bad thing is he lives in the same area as me and i'm scared someone will mistake me for this idiot. Good thing is the local junkyard will have some spare parts just in case I need something for my FRS. I'm guessing this car is wrecked by now
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Old 01-20-2013, 12:02 PM   #10
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Sorry guys but that was pretty awesome. Who cares if he messes up his own car.
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Isnt this the whole point of the car? I see nothing wrong with this video, besides skipping the break in procedure lol
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Isnt this the whole point of the car? I see nothing wrong with this video, besides skipping the break in procedure lol
At the track-yes
On public streets in broad daylight - no

There's nothing wrong with burnouts or stupid maneuvers in a controlled environment.

When you leave a controlled environemnt, you are putting yourself(driver), friends(passenger, camera man) and strangers(pedestrians, cars parked or moving, neighbors) at a huge risk of harm or misfortune.

Not to mention property damage and burnout marks that are out front of your house until the street gets paved again.

If it was at the track, I'd laugh with you. On the street, I'm laughing at you and waiting for you to get yours.
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Old 01-20-2013, 12:46 PM   #13
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The last track I was at actually had a no-burnout rule, so you can't even do this at the track haha

To be totally honest, I kinda give him credit for handbrake sliding the car 180 degrees on that narrow, steep street. I was expecting him to take out the camera guy or another car.
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At the track-yes
On public streets in broad daylight - no

There's nothing wrong with burnouts or stupid maneuvers in a controlled environment.

When you leave a controlled environemnt, you are putting yourself(driver), friends(passenger, camera man) and strangers(pedestrians, cars parked or moving, neighbors) at a huge risk of harm or misfortune.

Not to mention property damage and burnout marks that are out front of your house until the street gets paved again.

If it was at the track, I'd laugh with you. On the street, I'm laughing at you and waiting for you to get yours.
Probably why you drive an automatic brz, wouldnt want to have too much fun now, honestly he wasnt going that fast most teenagers texting are more dangerous than this guy...
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