Sounds Like An Actual War Is Coming Out Of This Exhaust Pipe

There’s something exceptionally intense about hillclimb racing. The angry automotive sounds smashing nature’s solitude– it’s all very dramatic in a “man versus nature” kind of way. This car takes that to a new level though.

What you’re seeing and hearing here is a mind-bendingly aggressive run by driver Roger Feghali in his Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VI, which is basically sucking down fuel and gasoline like it’s going out of style to make that terrific noise and ascent velocity.

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Feghali’s Facebook page says this run was a new lap record at 1:28.55 at the Arsoun Hill Climb in Lebanon.

Hat tip to Joe!

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