If we simply told you that the below video encompasses burnouts galore featuring muscle cars from today and the 1970s with force-fed LS V8 motors and over 1,000 horsepower under the hood, chances are you would most likely think that it involves a Chevrolet or two, while taking place on an abandoned air field somewhere in Texas, right? Wrong.
The LS-powered tire smoke machines are actually Holden products, and the location is none other than Australia, which goes to show America could learn a thing or two when it comes to hooning (a borrowed Australian slang word) in muscle cars. All we need to do is watch Hot Rod Magazine’s 27-minute long Roadkill episode — which showcases an HSV Clubsport R8 with a 727 cubic-inch (!!) engine. What more do you need? At this point, asking for sense is too much.