Who doesn't love smoking their tires? It's just as soothing to the eyes and ears as it is to the mind and the soul. Be it a burnout, donuts, spinning tire after an aggressive gear chance, or sliding sideways through a corner, getting those tires to turn from rubber into smoke is fun. Sure, it's not the fastest way to get anything done, but it is a quick way to put a smile on your face. This is a lesson that can be learned from a young age, as you can see in this video.
The seven-year-old kid jumps behind the wheel of this modified Holden Monaro Ute while a supervising "adult" jumps into the shotgun seat. The toddler fires up the beast and is then told to let 'er rip... and rip she does. What's going on here is that the Ute is most likely being held in place, not by the kid and the brakes, but by a hoist at the rear of the truck.
Still, who cares how the vehicle is staying still because it's fun to see a seven-year-old child become a lifelong enthusiast right before your eyes. She finishes her smokey display, waves to the camera, and is seen smiling proudly. She is growing up in the land of the burnout, and we think she's going to do just fine down there.