You ever wondered how a NASCAR race car would do on a city street?
Kyle Busch showed off his No. 18 Toyota Camry on a downtown Rochester, N.Y., street on Thursday -- burning rubber and doing doughnuts to the delight of hundreds of spectators.
Busch was in town to promote the early August NASCAR Sprint Cup race at nearby Watkins Glen speedway.And according to the Rochester's Democrat and Chronicle, "A couple of hundred people watched from sidewalks and recorded the stunts with cameras. The show, scheduled for 15 minutes, had to stop after at least one tire was shredded, after Busch made the car perform burnouts and doughnuts from the bridge on East Broad to Exchange Boulevard."
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