- Why you should never race on a congested highway!

Lamborghini Murcielago Crashes After Racing With Honda Civic!

This driver ran out of luck!

2y ago

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The driver of this Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 Roadster was seen tearing it up on the highways of Toronto with a Honda Civic in tow behind. The pair of cars appeared to be street racing, but appears that due to congestion, the Lamborghini driver ran out of luck, and ended up crashing his bright green, Italian machine.

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The footage of the two cars was captured on a dash cam. You can see both cars go flying past the camera, and then further down the road, the Lamborghini can be seen facing the wrong way, with parts of the car flung across the highway.

The remains of the Lamborghini, with parts thrown all over the road

The remains of the Lamborghini, with parts thrown all over the road

The Honda Civic and a few other cars that appeared to be in the convoy, are no where to be found when the car with the dash cam catches up. Police reported that no serious injuries were sustained in the incident. Just goes to show how you shouldn't go so fast on a congested highway!

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Comments (20)

  • Asshat in the camera car driving too slow to be in the left lane. . . Move the fcuk over! Typical Canadian / American: "I'm doing the speed limit - I don't have to move over".

      2 years ago
    • Last time I drove in the states. Frequent lane switching was forbidden. I don't think that has changed, and I think Canada is much the same.. Basically you have to pick a lane and stick to it till you want to get off. And yes they are doing the...

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        2 years ago
    • NO! Most highways in Canada have signs that clearly say "Left Lane for Passing Only" or something of that nature. Most people do drive like you describe, but it doesn't make it right. With heavy traffic of course, that's a moot point but in...

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        2 years ago
  • All I see is Richard Cranium clogging up the passing lane. At least 5 cars passed this asshat on the right.

      2 years ago
  • Anyone ever drive in Ontario? There is next to no passing lane etiquette. Because of this it is common to see people undertaking at ridiculous speeds while some brain dead driver toodles along at 110 kph (speed limit is 100 Kph) in the passing lane. This is a very frustrating situation and we do see more than our share of road rage and generally dangerous driving as part of the result. Ontario driver's aren't particularly good to start with and we have stupid accidents like this, but not necessarily involving a Lambo, multiple times a day in the so called Greater Toronto Area. I live about 70 km from Toronto in Hamilton and things are the same here. Too many bad drivers and the good ones are frustrated constantly. Our speed limit is ridiculously low as well which drives speeding ticket revenue while simultaneously tying up the cops so they rarely deal with any other problems on the highways. The person who shot this vid is part of the problem toodling along just over the speed limit in the passing (Left in Canada) lane.

      2 years ago
    • I agree, but get out of the GTA and into rural Ontario and the lane discipline is spotless. GTA commuters (I can't use the word driver as a blanket term) make me yearn for barbarian times.

        2 years ago
    • Rural areas generally have only one lane each way so it's kind of hard to screw things up.

        2 years ago
  • That stretch of the dvp is where the traffic always begins. He had Bayview and Eglinton to exit. Anyone in Toronto knows this. This guy was massive idiot. And racing a civic.... Can't buy intelligence or skill... Trade him for Justin Beiber? America?

      2 years ago
  • Camera car makes me cringe! Don't block all of traffic! Get past the accident and move on! And don't tell me he was yielding to the person in the road--he had plenty of room.

      2 years ago
    • Honestly. Guy with camera could have been going 120 kph. Doesn't matter. It's like a firetruck when cars are coming up from behind, you stay where you are. Any sudden move when someone is approaching at 200kph , or even 150, a sudden move from...

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        2 years ago
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