Best engine sound - F1 Tyrell race car burn out

F1 race car burnout during hillclimb. This is a very rare 1976 Tyrell 6 wheel (ELF) at the Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb track in England. During filming we were pelted with bits of rubber as the car launched. The engine sound was FANTASTIC!!!!!!!! Cheers. From www.DoctorDanger.com

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