12 year old takes his 7 year old brother for a joyride in 330bhp subaru wrx sti impreza

My son driving my Subaru impreza sti with 330bhp back in 2011. Check out my new videos of him learning to drift, drag and circuit race plus driving other cars here at cardrome. Just look at some of the things he's done in my cars! As there are a few of you out there that are jumping up and down saying I'm an idiot or the worlds worst father I should point out that this is on a closed rd, no one in the video driving a car has a license. All my videos of both my kids driving are in cars I own or owned at the time and was prepared to accept the consequences if the hit something. In my opinion they are in more danger crossing the road to school every morning than either of them were in this video. This place costs £15 a day to use from Dawn till dusk. google cardrome in Romford for more info.

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