TOAST RETURNS TO AMERICA!!! Our 10.3L Supercharged Camaro is Back From Australia…

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45 thoughts on “TOAST RETURNS TO AMERICA!!! Our 10.3L Supercharged Camaro is Back From Australia…

  1. 2:35 if you think Fetus Mcfarland it is what he says, if you think Cleetus McFarlin then that is what's he says. Mind hack blownup.

  2. Europe: We enjoy driving with class and sophistication.
    America: We enjoy driving with erections that's why we have Hooters billboards and 10 liter motors.

  3. Drag racing and Leroy needs a comeback. The thrill of shredding down the time in the 60 foot and dialing him in perfect. We need the record back 💪 I teared up when you broke 7's. The happiness on your face made it all. You were thriving.

  4. You should run a series of races throughout the year called "Vic Fix" or something along those lines. The races are endurance however when you get off track you have to change the oil, gap/replace spark plugs, check fuses, loose bolt check….etc. Essentially doing regular maintenance on the crown vics throughout the year to help keep em going yet having regular racing content for the track. Make sure the maintenance is timed and that is taken from your overall track time.

  5. You should hook up the rear brakes for normal driving and maby a drag run or 2 and just install line locks on the rear line and leave it closed for burnouts simple and easy

  6. Bruh, 24 hours of Freedom would be lit, as people in the comments have suggested, but, what about:

    Freedom INDY!

    Basically, Formula Pacific cars. Your choice of 600cc, 1000cc, or "open class".

  7. Look…I don't know if you'll believe me or not but I swear to you I dreamt about this months ago. I was the one recording the video. All the same things were said and everything but when I saw the rear end of the Camaro in the shipping container I woke. Again I don't know if you'll believe me but I swear I'm not making this up.

  8. Hey Cleetus; a lot of people in the comments are egging for a " 24 Hours of Freedom" endurance race. I love this idea too; including even one suggesting to have a few contest/ "Fan Teams".

    You may even be able to collab with Jay and have a 24 hours of Lemons event there as well. Typically they do 4-6 drivers, Tech and Test Friday; Then Race for 8 hours Saturday; Drop the Checker for the day and have 8 hours overnight to duct tape their crap back together; and do a Final 8 hour stint on Sunday. I've driven in several of the "true 24 hour" events but logistically overnight racing was expensive and draining for staff. I personally liked overnight due to the attrition and someone who's had to rebuild their junk has an opportunity to make up lost time. However, all those events are usually out in the boonies, some were even on un-lit tracks, so you have some significant advantages at the Freedom Factory. I say use the Partial Figure 8 to make a pseudo-road course and do something like "The 15 Hours of Freedom" collab with Bradenton; maybe have winners of some demo drags get lineup bonuses on the grid, then race overnight from 10pm-1pm the following day!

    and btw, I'd kick your butt racing if you did it, too! ;P

  9. Second race sounds like a great idea, completely different then the freedom 500 and involves alot more team work. Hopefully this s*** blows over by then i would like to get across the border to see it!

  10. the fact that you did what Hoonigans never did they have said for years now they wanted to build an Australian burn out car and never have done it. but you did not only did you build one you took it all the way over there and ran in an event that is an achievement you should be proud off . to have the faith and commitment to put your car in a container and send it off for 2 months then go meet it in another country to race then put it back in a container for 2 months just to get were it sits now in huge . I don't endorse a lot of your content but the fact you pulled this off needs a big thumbs up.

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