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BLOWN VJ - GAZZANATS 2011 - ADELAIDE INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY

Blown VJ Chrysler on the burnout pad in Adelaide


 


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BLOWN HOLDEN VX COMMODORE - GAZZANATS 2011 - ADELAIDE INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY
Blown Holden VX Commodore on the burnout pad





BLOWN HOLDEN LH TORANA - GAZZANATS 2011 - ADELAIDE INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY
Blown Holden LH Torana on the burnout pad in Adelaide





Gazzanats 2011... Carolla burnout





BLOWN HX - GAZZANATS - ADELAIDE INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY
Blown HX on the burnout pad





BLOWN LH - GAZZANATS 2011 - ADELAIDE INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY
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BLO HSV - GAZZANATS 2011 - ADELAIDE INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY
John Taverna in his falcon rippin up the pad





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GAZZANATS 2011 BURNOUTS
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BLOWN HOLDEN VK COMMODORE - GAZZANATS 2011 - ADELAIDE INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY
Blown Holden VK Commodore on the burnout pad in Adelaide





BLOWN VL - GAZZANATS 2011 - ADELAIDE INTERNATIONAL RACEWAY
Blown Holden VK Commodore hitting the burnout pad, then lighting it up on fire!!





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