Despite fewer car events this year, Ford Mustang owners continue to find ways to justify their bad reputation. Even when an actual adult Mustang owner is there with a camera, some Mustang drivers just don’t get it.
“This is why the Mustangs are getting a bad rep,” wrote Brandon Calderon, who sounds like a responsible Mustang owner. (They exist no matter what the internet has to say.) “Went out to one of my fav parking garages for rolls and pictures last night with my girl when suddenly a guy with a 5.0 shows up and starts making donuts.”
Calderon kept his camera rolling while the other Mustang turned around, and you can probably guess what happened next.
As we can see, the bright rotating Mustang that joins the Calderon on the empty roof still has a large empty space to itself. No traffic. There is another car far away in the distance, but he has chosen a sidewalk without parked cars. It̵
Despite having all that space, there is one thing that our interpid-hoon did not seem to take into account: light poles. The orange Mustang driver just could not turn in time as he went to change direction.
I dare say that a few pieces of the V8 in front are in pretty rough shape now.
Look, crashed Mustang drivers, you need to stop feeding this stereotype. Co-owners even call you out. We do not care. You will continue to harm yourself, your cars and others with this kind of shit. Find a safe, convenient place to shred hella sweet donuts and save your tail if you have to. Ski pillows. Operation events. Places that give you permission (and encouragement!) To hooner and are far away from candlesticks and unsuspecting spectators. Do not make it public on public roads and parking lots. Stop ruining car meetings. Maybe one day you can let the Hellcats take your place in the memes of shame.
We all scream this out into the void. Please listen, Mustang drivers. Please!
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