I'm seeing something a little different than is being mentioned. I see the marks of someone that didn't slow at all for a stop sign, saw another vehicle somewhere in the intersection, slammed on the brakes and steered away from the vehicle and into the tree.
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When a burnout is done (not that I've done my share
) the marks start off very dark and then fade as they move forward.
To leave marks of this length from a burnout would take a considerable amount of power.
The turn of the marks as they fade isn't the mark of a sideways tire, which it would be if this was a slide with a RWD vehicle.
The dotted parts of the marks indicate an ABS system working. To leave ABS dots the vehicle had to be moving rapidly.
The only way a burn out is leaving a dotted lline is wheel hopping. Which would happen at the start of the marks, not a long way down the road.
With or without burning out, how fast could a vehicle get from the beginning of marks to the tree? The tree is showing the damage of a high speed hit.
In conclusion.. it'* a skid mark, not a burn out.