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How *not* to drive your 2013 Grabber Blue Boss

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I can understand why guys want to track their car but it's guys like that who think they are Parnelli that would keep me away. One idiot overdriving a corner which takes you out too and there goes your 50K toy.
looks to be a drifting event and a purpose built drift car. also don't think it's a boss has 2012 taillights and old(er) front.


Zaino, I put that $hit on everything
This might be one of those hybrid 302R cars that had the '12 front end but the rest was a '13? The rocker moldings are body colored but the tail lights are also '12s, but with '13 reflective stripes. Either way, drifting FAIL. :eek:
Wow he is lucky he hit the tires and not the wall. I don't think it's a true Boss since there are too many things that don't make sense. No splitter ,rear spoiler, quad exaust. At least he had roll bars.
Regardless of the authenticity of his "Boss", this video is a worthwhile reminder that if one uses one's daily driver as a track toy (as I do) that driving at 5,6,7,8,or 9/10ths is better than driving at 11/10ths...


#LS-378 - So many Porsche's, so little time....
This is a real race car with a real race driver. It's not an amateur at a DE event. They HAVE to drive 10/10's. As we know, stuff happens when you race for $$$$.

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