- Video credits Spotted UK

Crazy man drives at over 200 mph with a cell phone in hand on a limited motorway

1w ago


Some people like to film themselves performing a feat for the sole purpose of creating a buzz on social networks. The world of cars is no exception to the rule and filming yourself driving a powerful car at incredible speeds is commonplace.

Vehicles speeding along unlimited stretches of German motorways are commonplace. While this practice sounds crazy, it is perfectly legal. However, when you behave like this in another country, things get complicated and can turn into a nightmare if you are caught by the police.

This Audi RS6 driver apparently didn't realize this. As a result, he headed out on a British motorway limited to 70 mph (113 kph). As soon as he got into the insertion lane, he roared the 4.0-litre V8 and unleashed the 560 bhp of the German station wagon. The speedometer then logically climbed very quickly.

It then easily reaches 202 mph, which is more than 325 kph on a motorway section limited to 70 mph! What's more, the driver has only one hand on the steering wheel and uses his other hand to film himself with a cell phone. Needless to say that this is not exemplary driving...


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Comments (168)

  • 1 Find driver.

    2 Confiscate and sell car even if financed. Proceeds to charity for victims of crashes.

    3 Jail driver for 5 years for dangerous driving. Record court appearance and post on YouTube, for irony.

    Job done.

      10 days ago
    • I would simply confiscate the license for 2-3 years rather than stealing someone´s property over a minor speeding infraction in which NO ONE was harmed, however if someone got injured I would aprove on removing his license for life.

        10 days ago
    • Really? 200mph is not minor. Almost 3 times the limit is ridiculous. Using your phone whilst driving is illegal too. One handed at 200 is double crazy. It is major and deserves to be fully punished. And they are a complete testicle for posting...

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        10 days ago
  • Probably Dominic Cummings on his way to Durham.

      10 days ago
    • For the second time

        9 days ago
    • If it was I can imagine the government would say that Dominic Cummings didn’t break the law by doing 3 times the limit, it was his family and common sense.

        9 days ago