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Maserati clocked at 195km/h (Hume Highway)

By SammyLivesHere - 7 March 2010 58

Finally!!!! I’m sick of him tearing up the local streets; and jumped for joy when I see he’s lost his license – but why did he have to cross the border to get caught – bring back speed cameras in the suburbs I say! I know I harp on about 50 km/hr/zones; but if everyone slowed down suburban noise would be reduced; pets & children would be safer, accidents would be less; and stress would go down 🙂

This guy thought the Hume Highway was his private raceway; so can you imagine what he thought he was allowed to do in his suburb!

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March 7, 2010 – 9:43AM

A man driving his wife and children in a Maserati has been clocked at 195km/h on a highway in southern NSW.

Police say they confiscated the licence of the man after he was detected speeding in the silver Maserati on the Hume Highway at Marulan in a 110km/h zone about 6.30pm (AEDT) on Saturday.

The 42-year-old driver from Deakin in the ACT was accompanied by his wife and two children.

He has been charged with speeding.

AAP

[Reference: http://www.theage.com.au/nsw/maserati-clocked-at-195kmh-20100307-ppzu.html]

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Maserati clocked at 195km/h (Hume Highway)
Anna Key 9:11 pm 08 Mar 10

in the general spirit of RA, does this moron have a name?

Blingerific 9:01 pm 08 Mar 10

georgesgenitals

Wow – 195km/h and he didn’t have, or cause, and accident.

Well, it is a Maserati, designed for two things, emptying your wallet and going fast. It’s a bit more upto the task than your common poorly modified Bogandore.

H1NG0

I wonder if this is the same Maserati I saw poking out of trees of the side of the road in Gungahlin the other day.

We can only hope. But would that not mean twit boy was driving whilst disqualified?

We can only hope so…

bd84 8:43 pm 08 Mar 10

TBH I think you could safely do 150kph+ on the highway to Sydney in the first place, if all traffic was to do the same speed as the road is generally straight and in good repair.

Having said that with current conditions of people doing the normal speed limit and having his kids in the car, it is a pretty stupid thing to do. The fine will be nothing for him if he can afford a Maserati.

Tooks 7:06 pm 08 Mar 10

georgesgenitals said :

Tooks said :

georgesgenitals said :

Wow – 195km/h and he didn’t have, or cause, and accident.

Hmmm.

That’s okay then. Let’s make it a free for all?

Not what I was thinking, but thanks anyway for jumping to conclusions.

Ha! You’re dead right. I looked at your comment again and saw what you probably meant was different to how I read it.

georgesgenitals 5:12 pm 08 Mar 10

Tooks said :

georgesgenitals said :

Wow – 195km/h and he didn’t have, or cause, and accident.

Hmmm.

That’s okay then. Let’s make it a free for all?

Not what I was thinking, but thanks anyway for jumping to conclusions.

Kim F 4:54 pm 08 Mar 10

ChrisinTurner said :

Unfortunately the location of speed cameras vans requires the specific agreement of the red-necks in the NRMA who have stated on numerous occasions that speed cameras are only used as revenue raisers (printed in the Open Road). Hence speed camera vans are banned from such places as school crossings, shopping centres and residential streets.

There is quite often a speed camera on Mugga Way, on the stretch near where La Perouse joins.

Tooks 3:45 pm 08 Mar 10

georgesgenitals said :

Wow – 195km/h and he didn’t have, or cause, and accident.

Hmmm.

That’s okay then. Let’s make it a free for all?

swamiOFswank 2:49 pm 08 Mar 10

Should have cubed it. I know exactly who you mean, and he drives like a bastard. Obviously has no respect for his wife or kids either.

Wraith 2:24 pm 08 Mar 10

Yeah because speed cameras aren’t used for revenue raising………..

There are better ways of removing muppets like this.

georgesgenitals 1:41 pm 08 Mar 10

Wow – 195km/h and he didn’t have, or cause, and accident.

Hmmm.

Gerry-Built 1:19 pm 08 Mar 10

What a complete drop-kick. Fool did this with his kids on board… grrrr… (Stuff his wife, she’s old enough to look after herself). They should impound and squash *his* car…

Trouble is, he may have lost his license, but what are the chances someone that does 195km/h in a 110km/h zone will stay off our streets because he is (now) unlicensed?

Piratemonkey 12:59 pm 08 Mar 10

Does he get charged for endangering the lives of his children?

Pommy bastard 11:48 am 08 Mar 10

42 yrs old and still acting like a P plate hoon? Deserves all that he gets.

H1NG0 11:38 am 08 Mar 10

I wonder if this is the same Maserati I saw poking out of trees of the side of the road in Gungahlin the other day. Looks like they lost it near the lights on Gungahlin drive and ended up over the footpath and the some trees.

ChrisinTurner 10:50 am 08 Mar 10

Unfortunately the location of speed cameras vans requires the specific agreement of the red-necks in the NRMA who have stated on numerous occasions that speed cameras are only used as revenue raisers (printed in the Open Road). Hence speed camera vans are banned from such places as school crossings, shopping centres and residential streets.

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