It’s always fun to go to the tracks and watch some hybrids burn both gas and rubber at the same time. The smells, sounds, and sights of a burnout competition are intoxicating, and we can’t stay away. Some cars have a hard time spinning the tires coming off the line, but this 1,000-horsepower 1966 Mustang has no trouble thinning out its tires at any speed.

More than just a performer, this is definitely a show-quality head-turner!

Dubbed S1CKO by its owners, brothers Gary and Jake Meyers, this car lives in the land down under and as an Australian car, it’s righthand drive. That driving position give this video a unique perspective that, as the viewers, we are seeing the video from the passenger’s perspective on what is usually the driver side of the car, so this is about as close as your going to get to the being in the driver seat of this insane ’Stang for of a couple of nice burnouts.

This is the view from behind the windshield of S1CKO. (Photo Credit: Street Machine)

Powered by a thoroughly built and supercharged Windsor small-block engine, this thing is an absolute beast. More than just a powerhouse, S1CKO is also a stunning show car with nice polished wheels and a deep-orange paint job that would turn heads anywhere it went — if it weren’t for the fact that the lopey cam and supercharger already caught everyone’s attention. It’s a healthy sounding beast for sure.

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