Exploded Engine Blows Perfect Smoke Rings

Ever tried blowing the perfect smoke ring? Take a leaf out of this exploded engine's book...
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We’ve all come across an engine crying out for some medical attention. Beeps, bongs, whiffs and a little bit of smoke are the norm. But have you ever seen a breakdown as spectacular as this?

Watch above as this racer’s engine explodes (in slow motion) into a million pieces while sending out perfect and fiery smoke ring signals. Respect!

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