Two 22-year-old drivers in Canada usually found out there’s such a thing as carrying too most fun on a approach to a racetrack. The span were pushing to Mission Raceway in British Columbia in a 2017 Lamborghini Aventador and a 2016 McLaren 675LT during speeds that they should have saved for a track—and they finished adult losing both their cars and their licenses to police.
They were usually clocked going 138 kph (85 mph), though it was in an 80 kph (49 mph) zone. That was extreme adequate for a dual supercars to get impounded by a Royal Canadian Mounted Police. These cars both have tip speeds of some-more than 200 mph, so it’s a small mocking that they got destitute going speeds that any Camry can achieve.
To supplement insult to injury, a dual drivers got slammed with a seven-day pushing suspension, a $368 fine, and 3 points on their records. It turns out both of these gentlemen already have speeding violations on their records, that I’m certain didn’t do them any favors with a Mounties. Impounding cars for going 36 mph over a speed extent might seem excessive, though apparently speeding is a critical reserve emanate for this highway in particular.