Is this a regular happening throughout the year? Why would people do that?
Nobody actually set them on fire, that's just what happens to French cars if you leave them sitting for a few hours.
It reminds me of a saying,
>Cars are like pokemon. The German cars are weak to electricity, the British are weak to water and the French are weak to Normal.
We build Toyota and American vehicles.
Most people drive Trucks or Japanese/Korean vehicles. We know we can't build anything good ourselves so instead we buy the best. We can't even buy French cars here because they don't meet our high standards of safety and economy.
This. They celebrate the same way here. I live in Los Angeles and the city basically turns into a war zone for a few hours whenever the Lakers win the NBA championship because every Dindu in the county has to flip a car, set something on fire, or hurl a brick through a window.
One year I was in Downtown LA when they won. I saw one guy pushing a flaming branch in a shopping cart just calm as can be.
I'd laugh if I wasn't so embarrassed
I'd love to be an American citizen on that day waiting in my car with tinted out windows and a gun waiting for a fucking pack of niggers to come around waiting to flip it over with me just popping them in their heads