This Four-Wheel 707 HP Trackhawk Burnout Brings Rubber Scented Tears To My Eyes

Truck YeahThe trucks are good!

You can do a burnout with a 707-horsepower Hellcat-engined Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk. You can! Believe! Also, hold the truck back with a meaty tow rope. But search for the one true spirit of four-wheel burnouts deep within your soul—you know it to be true! You can truly smoke all of those thick meats!

This isn’t an easy burnout to pull off, as I’m fairly certain that the four 295-width tires that come on the Trackhawk are pictured next to the definition of “thick” in the dictionary, and also next to “thicc” on Urban Dictionary. They’re downright meaty.


Yet with the help of a tow strap, rally driver Chris Duplessis made all four of those fat tires go up in smoke. After all, you can’t seriously put the Hellcat’s engine into something and not expect a burnout.

Beautiful. Simply beautiful.

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Question - is it really that hard to light up 4 tires in the winter when you are being held by a strap? Seems like that would be kind of an easy thing to do, that wouldn’t require hell levels of engine. Im a little sad I just put 4 new tires on the cruiser because I would have happily tried with my less than hellacious 200 something hp. Low range, cold pavement and a tow strap? Sure, it’ll roast um.