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Burnouts and donuts to the point of destruction might be at an end.

NASCAR drivers might need to curb their celebrations, as NASCAR is getting concerned that wild, tire-bursting burnouts could be used to cover up rule violations.

In this installment of The List Shorts, Formula Drift driver Michael Essa demonstrates two versions of the classic donut in his BMW E36 3-Series.

In this installment of The List Shorts, Formula Drift driver Michael Essa demonstrates two versions of the classic donut in his BMW E36 3-Series. Host Jessi Combs attempts to replicate his technique in a Ford F-150 Tremor.

Ah, donuts – one of the automotive world's purest forms of hooliganism. We've all done 'em, simply because every once in a while, it's just plain fun to light up a car's back end and fling it around in a circle.

Here's a novel way to ask for Mr. Maglite to introduce himself to your personage in a blunt manner. Simply present this little confection under glass the next time the jack booted thug officer appears at your window demanding license and registration. While it may sound kind of funny on the Web, certain officers are touchy about the donut cracks. It is produced in the USA, by an entrepreneur, though we've got no word on how good the enclosed doughy treat is. So, it seems like this bit of trinkum

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