This brand new 2015 Ford Mustang unfortunately could not gain traction during a no prep drag race and stuffed his 5.0 into the wall on the other side of the track.
Agree to sign up for a no-prep drag race on a sanctioned quarter-mile track and you’re asking for some serious trouble if your car can’t “hook it” on the street. One 2015 Ford Mustang owner found this out the hard way thanks to 1320 video on their post earlier yesterday (Aug. 16,2015) when he entered his 5.0 Mustang into a no-prep drag race at the 2015 Outlaw Armageddon No Prep Invitational in Noble, Oklahoma. It sounds like one of the most bada– Track and Field invitationals this side of the Mississippi, but it’s for seasoned drag racers that throw caution to the wind.
"“No-Prep” races were invented to put the outcome of races more in the hands of the racers, than the money poured into their cars by leaving he track ‘un-prepped’ without any traction compound sprayed or heating the surface with ‘dragging’ the track. Luck of lane choice, power of the car, but most importantly, drive still typically determine the outcome of these races, sometimes racers are too eager and stay in it just a little too long."
Usually, a no-prep drag race is a hot topic for those who participate in the sport of drag racing. If your street car can hook up properly on an un-prepped surface, that usually signals the fact that you can get it done equally as well on the streets. Right from the get-go, the driver of this particular Ford Mustang didn’t have his steed under control. What compounded his error even further was his full commitment to getting his car down the track (i.e. no brake application required.) Thankfully he came out of the ordeal with no injuries. The same can’t be said for his ego.