Nissan 350Z spins on highway

TRT 00:33 Location: Orlando, FL Description: Filmed from inside a Ferrari 360 Stradale. A young guy in a Nissan 350Z tires to race some exotic cars on the highway and loses control, spins several times and ends up on the other side of the highway I4. No damage to any car and no injuries. Footage owned by Greg McCarthy Contact: Email: Facebook: Twitter:!/dustinworles MISCHIEF MOVIE SERIES Website: Facebook: Store: Gallery:

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