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tesla suv and sedan drag racing in ludicris mode

 
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Judging by the trap speeds, my guess is those were non-Ludicrous/95%+ charge runs. I'm curious what the cool downs and frequency of the runs were.

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DINKS driving vehicles worth a quarter of a million dollars. White people...doing it right since the beginning of time.
If you're going to stereotype one ethnicity, then its okay to stereotype all of them. Or don't bother?
 

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