Idiotic driver films himself in a luxury Audi with the & # 39; suicidal speed & # 39; from 260 km / h
- A driver filmed himself while driving a luxury car at a & # 39; suicidal speed & # 39; from 260 km / h
- The video, posted on Instagram, shows speed jump in 20 seconds
- Driver is beaten by experts for driving at extreme speeds
A driver filmed himself by breaking the law by driving a luxury car at a & # 39; suicidal speed & # 39; from 260 km / h.
The video, which was posted on the Instagram account of Auckland man Andrew Pile, shows the speedometer from 142 km / h to 260 km / h in 20 seconds.
However, Mr. Pile claims that he was not the one who drove.
The dashboard corresponded to an Audi R8 V10, which can reach speeds of up to 333 km / h and costs between $ 129,990 and $ 299,500.
Mr Pile claims that he was not the one who drove, despite the dashboard that corresponds to an Audi R8 V10, which can reach speeds of up to 333 km / h (photo shown)
Mr Pile's Instagram page also contained a number of images of him with a black Audi R8 V10. It is not clear when the video was filmed.
The shocking video is considered by many as & # 39; insane & # 39; slammed shut.
Barney Irvine automotive spokesperson told the New Zealand Herald the chances of losing control of a car running at those & # 39; suicidal speeds & # 39; drove were huge.
& # 39; Racing cars are designed to absorb that kind of impact – anyway on specially designed circuits – but passenger cars are certainly not, & # 39; said Irvine.
Acting Inspector Michael Rickards, Waitemata Road Policing Manager, said the police are aware of the video and will ask follow-up questions.
& # 39; The actions of the driver in this video are horrible, with little attention to the impact that his speed could have on the lives of other drivers and his own.
& # 39; Speed is the most important factor that determines whether a person is killed, seriously injured or able to walk away from an accident.
The video, which was posted on the Instagram account of Auckland man Andrew Pile, shows the speedometer from 142 km / h to 260 km / h in 20 seconds
& # 39; Even a small change in speed can have a significant impact on yourself and the people around you.
& # 39; The driver's speeds were dangerous in this case. Everything on your way can suddenly happen on your way and at higher speeds your reaction time becomes dramatically shorter. & # 39;
An NZ Transport Agency spokesperson said that anyone who drives at extreme speeds puts himself and others in extreme danger.
He said that if the car crashed at this speed, there would be no survivors.
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