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how did they clean it up? did the run off go into the water system?Lighten up negative Nancy... i live in the town they filmed that in. They cleaned the tire marks off pretty quick to avoid any problems with concerned citizens like you.
HAHA great film one of BM best .........I see that , that's not my point, they got a film permit and closed streets etc, with stunt drivers etc, all good I have many friends in the film industry unions and support the film industry.
These were professional drivers on a closed course, with the permission and cooperation of the town.
Yeah, nobody cares. The video is incredible and has a very good message that more 15 year olds SHOULD see.how did they clean it up? did the run off go into the water system?
I live in So Cal USA and we have a problem with street racing and bad drivers thinking they can handle their cars or trucks, I don't have a problem with burnouts, just I have a 15 year old that does not need to see these people doing theses stunts like its easy and not dangous if you are not a seasoned driver.
I also live in a small town in Mexico during the winter and it makes me sad to see beautiful country roads with also not one or two but alot of burn outs,,, tacky,,,,,, for the people who live in homes 15 feet way from a burnt out no cool, would you like one infront of your home?
A new study by researchers from Stockholm University concludes that automobile tires may be a potential previously unknown source of carcinogenic dibenzopyrenes—a type of high molecular weight polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH)—to the environment. Their findings are published in the ACS journal Environmental Science & Technology.