A professional racing driver was caught speeding at over 200 km/h while driving his Porsche 911 GT2 RS. We have all the details for you.
Driving over the speed limit is a common offense on the road. Many of us have been caught driving a little too fast, sometimes without even realizing it. In response, the government is considering not deducting points from the driver’s license for minor speeding violations of less than 5 km/h. However, a fine will still be required. Some drivers, however, clearly exceed the limits and defy the rules of the Highway Code.
Reflection continues on the project of no longer removing points from the driving license of motorists guilty of minor speeding violations! https://t.co/w2bQX7OYx4
— AutoPlus (@AutoPlusMag) July 29, 2022
This was the case for a professional racing driver who was speeding in the Monaco region, driving his Porsche 911 GT2 RS. He was caught driving at 208 km/h on a portion of the A8 motorway that was normally limited to 110 km/h. He was stopped and arrested by the police.
However, the police discovered that the driver was already banned from driving in France. This further worsened his case. As a result, the police immediately revoked his driving license and impounded his supercar. On the same day, more than five cars were caught speeding at over 168 km/h in the area.
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