Is there anything wrong with boy racers if they are safe?

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Anonymous #1
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I mean drivers who work hard, buy themselves a car that's highly powerd but they drive safely and they will only go faster when it's safe. My friend and me were getting dirty looks because we were in a performance car and it's annoying.
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wats wrong with that?
prob just jello ppl
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Sometimes the cars can be very noisy and irritate people.
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Does a Ford ST count as a racer car, or is it not that cool?

I have a red one I think people assume it’s a guy driving it most of the time not a female healthcare worker. I like accelerating but I never break speed limits. In fact I get tail gates often
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Does a Ford ST count as a racer car, or is it not that cool?

I have a red one I think people assume it’s a guy driving it most of the time not a female healthcare worker. I like accelerating but I never break speed limits. In fact I get tail gates often
Fiesta st is cool 100%
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nothing wrong with that 👍
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