Watch A Holden HT Ute Shred Its Tires Via Hand Control: Video2
Everyone loves a good burnout video. So, we have another one for you today, courtesy of one Holden HT Commodore Ute owner. But, it isn’t your traditional burnout. It may seem like everything is under normal control but, in fact, it’s accomplished solely through hand controls.
Bangshift reports on one wheelchair-bound individual who decided to apply the latest in hand control for driving to this fully blow, monstrous Holden HT Ute. Hand controls for handicapped drivers have come a long way since their inception, and now we’re beginning to see more and more of their application in motorsports. And it’s awesome.
One hand is applied to the hand, throttle and everything else to make the tires spin, while the other hand is busy directing the steering wheel as the Holden Ute gets busy whipping up a few donuts in a cloud of smoke.
Hats off to this guy who’s gotten it just right with those hand controls, because you wouldn’t have fooled us, besides the view of the wheelchair strapped into the bed of the Ute. Check it out in the video right down below.
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You may want to drop commodore from the title, the first commodore was in 78 as a mid size to go with the full size kingswood.
The ute is either a Belmont or kingswood.
You’re completely right good sir. It is a Belmont, in fact. Updated to reflect. Thanks for catching that!