Here’s Proof That Not All Mustangs Crash After Getting Sideways
When you can run a Mustang up an entire hill climb course while staying sideways, you have some serious driver skill.
Since we have grown used to Mustang crashes all the time now, here’s a delightful palate -cleanser. This hill climb in Luxembourg included one standout entrant named Yves Faber. With wet conditions and a red Fox Body at his disposal, he decides to have a bit of fun and drift the entire way up the course. Sliding from one edge of the course to the other, Faber handles this Mustang like a total boss.
Hill climb racing, a short sprint up a closed course, is widely popular in Europe, but it typically suits far smaller, more nimble cars. That doesn’t stop people from entering all sorts of vehicles, including this Mustang, to challenge the narrow twisty course. The course bites back though, as a few cars did find metal course barriers, ironically, none of which were Mustangs. We’ll take a little pride in that.
The course bites back though, as a few cars did find metal course barriers. Ironically, none were Mustangs. We’ll take a little pride in that.
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If you want to catch out more hill climb action from this race and some truly unusual vehicles, check out the longer length video from the race below.