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2011 Ford Mustang GT burnout, drag races Pontiac G8

A 2011 Ford Mustang GT burnout and racing a Pontiac G8 at Kansas City International Raceway (KCIR) on November 27, 2011. Final day of racing. KCIR will be missed.


 


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