EVIL XA Summernats 26 winning burnout

EVIL XA's burnout that won the Masters at Summernats 26.

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BURNOUT IN FRONT OF COPS!! CRAZY GUY ON GSXR 1000 STREET BIKE
Crazy guy does burnout in front of cops on his GSXR1000 STREET BIKE. It's like a cops vs. bike video except he's chasing the cops We are an automotive YouTube Channel and brand based out Nashville TN. We do all things automotive and strive to create the most unique and engaging content for our followers. *******Thanks to Full Octane Garage for the clip from the street of the same burnout.******** Their channel is: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCr5dbg1_iLfO5TNETE0NGKw 2.7 Million views! WOW THANKS GUYS. If only it could get that many here... who knows! My buddy was on his GSXR 1000 street bike and decides to rip a huge burnout leaving the cars and coffee car show here in Nashville. We filmed from our Corvette Z06 and tried to leave him some good distance, but also keep up too. He did it literally seconds after a cop car passes by. He has an extended swing arm on his street bike and is notorious for ripping some mean burnouts leaving car shows. Song is Vibe with Me by Joakim Karud Something New now on Spotify & iTunes: smarturl.it/SomethingNewJK Almost Original (feat Kasey Andre) out on Spotify & iTunes:smarturl.it/AlmostOriginal Contact: music@joakimkarud.com Music by Joakim Karud http://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud The "Oh my God" is from the He needs some Milk video.





BEST BURNOUT EVER! SUMMERNATS GUINNESS WORLD RECORD BURNOUT!
Summernats 26 broke a Guinness World Record for the most amount of cars in simultaneous burnout on January 4, 2013 in Canberra, Australia. When the massive blanket of smoke eventually cleared, Chris Sheedy from Guinness World Records told the 10,000 plus crowd that exactly 69 cars had managed to complete a 30 second burnout. Sixty nine. That's a 'Nats kind of number. Drivers came from all across Australia to fry their tyres together in this historic event, some traveling thousands of kilometres from Western Australian and Northern Queensland to take part in the rare feat. 138 tyres x 30 seconds x over 35,000 horsepower = 1 world record. Thank you to the drivers, staff and sponsors for making this incredible event happen. The Burnout World Record, supporting the National Tobacco Campaign's MyQuit Buddy QUIT SMOKING APP. Burn rubber, not tobacco.





American Burnouts Versus Australian Burnouts PART 3
After 2,000 comments and a few hundred thousand views, the first two America V Australia burnout videos don't seem to have helped the problem. So in part 3, we hope we are able to rectify this problem. If the video responses are anything to go by, we're in for one hell of a long class......... Part 1 & 2 & 4 & 5 can be found here : American Vs Aussie Burnouts Part 1 : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rnCxSXoEcmE American Vs Aussie Burnouts Part 2 : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NYSZ7RV6v2Y American Vs Aussie Burnotus Part 4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLc7JuFAXxg American Vs Aussie Burnouts Part 5 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J5EXc9Czpk0 http://www.modifiedcarforums.com





NUKINFUTS Gemini - How to get banned from Summernats!
All right guys, things got a bit heated yesterday and people started posting personal details and threatening violence. I've never had to shut down comments before, but I had to do it yesterday. I'm opening up comments again, but keep it sensible please. If it gets stupid again, I'll shut it down for good. Okay guys, this is a very controversial topic. Here's the unedited footage of the Steve Nogas incident. What seems to have happened is that the driver Steve Nogas was told he was disqualified for reason stemming back to his qualifying burnout (disobeying a fire mashal), he forced his car through a group of officials and on to the track, and after the burnout he was escorted from the track and his car towed away. Could have been handled a little better from both sides, but forcing your way on to the track is definitely the wrong way to go. I've posted this video to provide a little clarity to the incident. Summernats statement 11/01/2012 SUMMERNATS STATEMENT ON BURNOUT TRACK INCIDENT 11 January 2012 There was an incident at the burnout track on Sunday 8/1/12 involving entrant Steve Nogas in NUKINFUTS. Steve was seen to forcibly drive his car through officials who were instructing him not to drive at the time, and then did an unauthorised burnout. He was removed by security at the end of his drive and was immediately given a life-time ban by management. The incident was witnessed first hand by Summernats management including the owners. The owners said "We made the immediate life-time ban decision for two reasons. The first and most important reason was we saw a guy place our burnout management team in great physical danger. We were very upset by that. Second, we were furious that all our efforts to establish burnouts as a legitimate motor sport could have been ruined in one moment. This is not just about the Summernats. There are a lot of people out there who want to see burnout events banned across Australia, and all competitors and event promoters alike have a responsibility to protect this awesome sport." Summernats management has reviewed both the incident and the punishment post event, consulting the rules and taking submissions from burnout track officials and the driver. Following this process, the Summernats have revised their decision and have released their official position. "Steve Nogas' life time ban has been suspended on review. He is however banned as an entrant from Summernats 26. As such, Steve is ineligible to enter as a competitor at Summernats 26. However, the Burnout Chief Marshall has invited Steve to make amends with the burnout crew and work alongside them at Summernats 26. This will give Steve a better appreciation of the issues facing officials managing this sport." Summernats gave the following reason for the review. "Our own assessment of the rules led us to the opinion there was no explicit statement about life bans for such behaviour. As such, we felt it was only fair to review the decision. We took into account the fact that Steve has since been extremely apologetic about what he did and has accepted complete responsibility for his actions. He has made several public and private statements expressing his regret. We also considered the intent of his actions. Whilst the consequences could have been severe, we accepted Steve's statement that there was no intent or premeditation to his actions. The one year ban is a consensus decision between Summernats management and the burnout competition chief steward. Steve has gratefully accepted this decision. "The Summernats stands by the actions of our burnout crew. Our crew do an incredible job under very trying conditions. Their primary mission is to maintain the safety of competitors and the audience. Our burnout crew do a superb job and should be commended for their professionalism. "We have learnt important lessons from this incident, and Summernats will be taking a number of measures to ensure this doesn't happen again." Steve Nogas says, "What I've done there is totally out of character for me and totally wrong for any entrant to do. I'm deeply sorry for the way I conducted myself." Summernats management stated, "We want to be very clear. The only reason we re-considered the decision was that our rules were not explicit on life-time bans. Moving forward, the rules will be very explicit. If a driver deliberately and maliciously ignores the instructions of officials on the start line of the burnout pad placing them and the competition in jeopardy, that driver will receive a life-time ban. Apologies after the fact will not be considered. Now we all know the rules, and these will be very clearly laid out in the Participation Guide for Summernats 26 and beyond."




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