Beginning to think I don't know how to drive a mustang...

Balr14

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That much doesn't surprise me much. But I rather doubt that the age distribution of Mustang drivers who crash leaving C&C events and such mirrors the age distribution of Mustang owners generally.
The problem with that statistic is that it doesn't account for the kid that crashed daddy's car. More owners may be over 50, but that doesn't mean their kids aren't going for joyrides and trying to show off.
The age statistic probably shows it IS mostly kids crashing daddy's car that are the problem.
 

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The age statistic probably shows it IS mostly kids crashing daddy's car that are the problem.
Which makes sense, when you didn't work for something you have no concept of self preservation. When you work hard and pay for it, you're a lot less likely to act stupid.
 

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I used to do great donuts with a 3.7. Haven't tried it with the new
GT. Now I have super sticky tires so I'm afraid of breaking something if I try it.
 

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