Fast cars get a lot of press for how well they go. People are always sticking phones to the seat of their Tesla Model S P85Ds, or laying long stripes of rubber with their Hellcats. But an equally important attribute of truly fast cars is the ability to NOT GO; to stop. To stop hard.

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The 662-hp Mustang GT500 is a car that can most certainly go. And thanks to some brilliant engineering by Ford’s performance folks, it can stop, too—provided the nut behind the wheel is properly tightened.

Here, we’re not sure what went wrong—it almost looks like brake or tire failure as the GT500 yaws hard the instant brakes are applied. Perhaps he just waited too late and panicked.

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Whatever the cause of the incident, it’s the resolution that brings us sweet, smokey release.