Corvette Crashes Into Front Lawn Of Wealthy Suburban Neighborhood…
If you have spectated enough automotive videos on the web, there’s a good ...
If you have spectated enough automotive videos on the web, there’s a good chance that you have come across an individual who has gotten behind the wheel of a vehicle that maybe they couldn’t handle. Perhaps it was a vehicle that was owned by a parent and they had no business driving, perhaps somebody just jumped the gun on a powerful car that they had no experience with handling, or perhaps it was all just a fluke accident, but the fact that people get behind the wheel of some pretty insane machines and end up wrecking them into whatever is near them is more common than we would like to think.
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In this one, the subject of discussion just so happens to be a Chevrolet Corvette, a C6 to be more specific. It looks like something here was planned to make some sort of video because we can see several people standing maybe a quarter mile away from the car as you hear it scream it’s incredible exhaust note. However, the exhaust note is about where the good things end as the car slowly makes its way toward the cameras before the driver gets completely into the throttle, sending the back out from under the vehicle and shooting it into somebody’s front yard where it takes out some landscaping and probably does some damage to the car.
I guess that, one of the lone bright spots here is that it doesn’t appear as if anybody was injured in the incident, however, the person behind the wheel probably took a pretty gnarly hit to their pride. At the end of the day, I guess a lesson was learned here but even though most people would prefer to learn this lesson themselves and keep it private, the video is going to remain just to make sure that the driver can keep control in the future.
Time to go re-park daddy’s car in the garage and heat up some pizza bites.
Posted by Loniel Robinson on Friday, February 23, 2018