The Best Burnout EVER!!!!
$300.00 special catching HELL!!! At the 2011 Burnout party!!!
This vehicle was bought to finish the show with a bang!! This was done in
front of the house on a PRIVATE road and IF YOU DON'T WANT TO SEE A BURNOUT
DON'T CLICK THIS LINK!!! And don't ask WHY?? If you want to see pics of the
road after the burnout go to my channel click on website!!!
cop ramming the jeep part 2
cop pushing the jeep off the road
the track bar broke while we were rounding the corner. since the front axle
was then free to move side to side, we basically lost steering. hitting the
Idiots + Burnouts = COPS!
Long story short, smack talking turned to burnouts which turned into a
confrontation by the local authorities.
For more antics from the Mustang owner check out
Thanks to lsxtv:
Cheering crowd protects hoon from police
A DRINK-driver was cheered on by a crowd of about 200 people as he
allegedly performed a burn-out just north of Albury on Saturday.
The rowdy onlookers then stood in the way of police after the car, a 1965
Chrysler sedan, took off.
Insp Tony Moodie, of Albury police, was yesterday appalled by the behaviour
of the people involved, who were believed to have been part of the weekends
Chryslers on the Murray event.
The disturbing thing about this incident is the amount of people standing
with their family without a care in the world, in close proximity to a man,
cheering him on when he was allegedly intoxicated, didnt have a current
licence and did not have proper control of his vehicle doing the burn-out,
What is even worse is that when police tried to apprehend the driver, a
large portion of the crowd turned on police, blocking their leaving and
allowing the driver to get away.
Some of those people can think themselves lucky that they themselves are
not facing court.
Adrian Froon, 23, of Moama, faced Albury court yesterday charged with
dangerous driving, mid-range drink-driving, driving while disqualified,
aggravated burn-out, negligent driving and disobey a police direction.
Police told the court Froon was seen doing the burn-out on Burma Road, in
front of the Ettamogah Pub, about 4.40pm on Saturday.
The burn-out lasted for about 30 seconds, producing a large amount of
Police approached the driver but he sped off through the crowd.
Several people then stood in front of the police car as it attempted to
Police were eventually able to move through the crowd and saw the car again
at the Hume Highway at the Davey Road off-ramp.
They said Froon lost control of the car and crashed into a sign before
continuing along Davey Road.
Think Twice Before Passing The Police
This occurred on I-295 N in West Deptford/Westville area around mile post
24. The New Jersey State Trooper was going 60 mph. The posted speed limit
at the time was 50 mph due to it being a work zone even though the work was
finished the signs were still posted.
OUTRUNNING THE COPS WITH PERFORMANCE
Two high performance cars, one a Corvette (not a Z06 either) and an
unidentified car, outrun the Swedish police at high speed. Check out the
burnout in front of the police station, priceless. Anyone that can
identify the other car, please advise!
Porky's MN - Final Sat night burnouts - Part 1
A Minneapolis-St. Paul icon, Porky's Drive-In on University Avenue in St.
Paul MN, closed its doors on April 3, 2011. Sadly, after a 58-year history,
the popular hangout for hot-rodders & car buffs is no more. Light rail
construction is forever changing the face of University Avenue and the
owner felt that it would no longer be possible to stay in business. For
decades, the 'University Avenue cruise' has been considered one of the top
Friday/Saturday night cruises in the US for auto enthusiasts, and Porky's
was the destination. On most any weekend evening from April through
September, one could find University Avenue filled with hot-rods for
blocks, and by 8-9 PM, there was usually a waiting line just to park in
From Friday through Sunday, thousands of people came to have their last
meal at the drive-in - many driving from other towns. Hundreds of
hot-rodders took their cars out of storage early for the occasion, and many
paid their last respects by doing burnouts right on the street in front of
the restaurant. From Friday evening through Sunday evening, burnouts had
the right-of-way on University Avenue. No traffic could pass without
waiting for cars doing burnouts - in both lanes. Traffic was directed by
fellow hot-rodders. In all my years of hot-rodding, I had never seen
anything like this happen on a public street that wasn't officially blocked
off - until now. This was a unique celebration of the end of a 58-year
tradition. To their credit, the local police did not intervene.
A fitting end for an old, familiar friend. Farewell Porky's. You will be
missed. The sound of 100,000 horsepower slowly fades into
memory. A whisper of the past....echoing forever down the rails....
Brake checking a cop...
"KEEP RIGHT EXCEPT TO PASS" IS THE LAW IN CERTAIN STATES! While riding the
left lane for no apparent reason this van was approached from behind by a
sheriffs patrol car (clearly marked lights on top, black &white etc.) The
van either didn't see the car at first or decided he wasn't going to pull
to the right (which is the travel lane for those who still cant grasp that
concept) I was becoming more and more amused by this and decided to start
recording with my dash-cam. The cop was not amused so he flashed his lights
to the van several times, started riding the rumble strip and tailgating
(note the weather...) The van driver for whatever reason decides it would
be a good idea to brake-check the cop!!! And so it goes for quite a while
until van guy pulls to the right lane as I'm contemplating going an extra
exit or 2 to follow the unfolding saga...but as the cop starts to pass the
van (I'm in the exit lane already) the most wonderful thing happens...
(Sullivan County, New York, Route 17, exit 109)