THE insane Top Fuel burnout beast has made another appearance, this time at Tread Cemetery at Lardner Park! Peter Gray wheeled out the 8000hp monster and let rip, sending shockwaves through the whole complex. The noise this thing makes is on another planet compared to the burnout cars we’re used to seeing, it literally shakes the ground and anyone who has seen this thing in action won’t question how legitimate its powerplant is.
Unfortunately something snapped in the front suspension almost immediately after take-off, but that didn’t stop Peter from cutting a few loops and putting on an impressive display for the crowd. Check out the video to see how it went down.
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