The Isle of Man is considered to be one of the most dangerous racing events in the world. The famous race is mainly for motorcycles, but every once in a while a four-wheeled machine with guts takes it on. Enter, the Ford Mustang Bullitt. The race dates all the way back to 1907, and while the views may be stunning, the course isn’t exactly forgiving. Over 250 riders have lost their lives on the grueling course. Watch the video below to witness the pony car navigate every inch of the 37.7-mile legendary course. Enjoy.
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We hate to see it.. Mustang owners have gained a reputation over the years of being reckless at Cars & Coffee events. This video is a little different. This driver comes too close for comfort to an accident, if you ask us. See for yourself, right here.