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Mustang Goes Airborne During Drag Race

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Description: A Mustang does a wheelie during a drag race and appears to lift off the ground.

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Mustang Goes Airborne During Drag Race

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Date Date: Mar 11, 2013

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Comment NetDevil | Mar 11, 2013

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And the oscar for worst camera goes to ... THIS guy!

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Comment Pork | Mar 11, 2013

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Un-freakin'-believable!

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Comment The Obvious Answer | Mar 12, 2013

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Originally posted Mar 10, 2013

Can someone explain how this is possible?

Its called the Bernoulli Effect (did I spell that right Grammar Nazis?) Whenever a fluid travels around an object it exerts a pressure. Air is a fluid, (don't confuse fluids with liquids, most liquids and gases are fluids), so it exerts a pressure which we have grown accustomed to, about 1 atm on average. This occurs because of gravity, the attraction between two samples of matter. Faster traveling fluids exert a smaller pressure than slower ones. The car has become a foil, it creates two separate flow rates, the one above the car which is faster, and the one below the car, which is slower. This lack of pressure causes the air below the car to push up, "lift" it, in order to equalize pressure. Interesting enough, the spoiler on the back of the car creates an opposite effect, the air above travels slower than the air below, which is why the bottom of the car stays in contact with the ground longer than the front; Although this may also be due to the placement of the engine block.

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Comment sahib soin | Mar 19, 2014

Originally posted by The Obvious Answer | Mar 12, 2013

Its called the Bernoulli Effect (did I spell that right Grammar Nazis?) Whenever a fluid travels around an object it exerts a pressure. Air is a fluid, (don't confuse fluids with liquids, most liquids and gases are fluids), so it exerts a pressure which we have grown accustomed to, about 1 atm on average. This occurs because of gravity, the attraction between two samples of matter. Faster traveling fluids exert a smaller pressure than slower ones. The car has become a foil, it creates two separate flow rates, the one above the car which is faster, and the one below the car, which is slower. This lack of pressure causes the air below the car to push up, "lift" it, in order to equalize pressure. Interesting enough, the spoiler on the back of the car creates an opposite effect, the air above travels slower than the air below, which is why the bottom of the car stays in contact with the ground longer than the front; Although this may also be due to the placement of the engine block.

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Comment Mar 19, 2013

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Originally posted by The Obvious Answer | Mar 12, 2013

Its called the Bernoulli Effect (did I spell that right Grammar Nazis?) Whenever a fluid travels around an object it exerts a pressure. Air is a fluid, (don't confuse fluids with liquids, most liquids and gases are fluids), so it exerts a pressure which we have grown accustomed to, about 1 atm on average. This occurs because of gravity, the attraction between two samples of matter. Faster traveling fluids exert a smaller pressure than slower ones. The car has become a foil, it creates two separate flow rates, the one above the car which is faster, and the one below the car, which is slower. This lack of pressure causes the air below the car to push up, "lift" it, in order to equalize pressure. Interesting enough, the spoiler on the back of the car creates an opposite effect, the air above travels slower than the air below, which is why the bottom of the car stays in contact with the ground longer than the front; Although this may also be due to the placement of the engine block.

tl;dr American cars have sh*t aerodynamics

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Comment WTF | Mar 18, 2013

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Look at that f*cking grass!!! OH MY GOD f*ckING GRASSSSS!!!!!

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Comment Mar 13, 2013

Failed the zoom

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Comment MrRock | Mar 13, 2013

woooooaaaaaa nelly!! and focus on the ground.

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Comment The Obvious Answer | Mar 12, 2013

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Originally posted Mar 10, 2013

Can someone explain how this is possible?

Its called the Bernoulli Effect (did I spell that right Grammar Nazis?) Whenever a fluid travels around an object it exerts a pressure. Air is a fluid, (don't confuse fluids with liquids, most liquids and gases are fluids), so it exerts a pressure which we have grown accustomed to, about 1 atm on average. This occurs because of gravity, the attraction between two samples of matter. Faster traveling fluids exert a smaller pressure than slower ones. The car has become a foil, it creates two separate flow rates, the one above the car which is faster, and the one below the car, which is slower. This lack of pressure causes the air below the car to push up, "lift" it, in order to equalize pressure. Interesting enough, the spoiler on the back of the car creates an opposite effect, the air above travels slower than the air below, which is why the bottom of the car stays in contact with the ground longer than the front; Although this may also be due to the placement of the engine block.

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Comment Mar 12, 2013

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That had to be a cheat code or a glitch.

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Comment fatguysays | Mar 11, 2013

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OOOOOOOOOOOHHHHHHHHH NNNELLLLLYYY!

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Comment Ben | Mar 11, 2013

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Is that the guy laying there?

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Comment Mar 11, 2013

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Since when does pontiac make mustangs......get it together

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