#2
Well, he wasn't trying to break a record or anything...he was just speeding for the hell of it...which makes me think asshole.

But I might be biased, as a friend of mine was recently hurt in a car crash that involved another car going over 100 mph, so I'm a bit bitter towards speeding at the moment...
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Anyone who delibrately breaks speed limits is a **** piece.

Just rent a brilliant car at a race track like once every 2 weeks or so for an hour - better for everyone then imho.
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That is fast. I wonder how fast all the people who never got caught go.
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That's bloody insane, though I must admit, slightly impressive. Of course, no-one would think this was in the slightest impressive if he had indeed crashed, and people shouldn't find it so anyway, but I just cannot deny that deep down I'm quite impressed by that - 172mph!


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Anyone who delibrately breaks speed limits is a **** piece.

Just rent a brilliant car at a race track like once every 2 weeks or so for an hour - better for everyone then imho.


It depends what you mean by break the speed limit - most people, if not everyone, breaks speed limits at times, but if you mean breaking them by massive amounts, or at totally stupid places and times, then fair enough, I agree with you.
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LOL, i was with my uncle recently.. He had his new coervette at 204 on the interstate at 3 a.m. (He had swapped the engine out to up the horsepower by like 140 or something (i'm not a car maniac, so forgive me)), It was fun but extremely dangerous. I wouldn't do it again, maybe once.. but just maybe.
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But detectives are still hunting a biker who posted a video on the Internet of him speeding on a wet mountain pass road in low light at 176 mph.

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#13
haha

police found him crashed with a video helmet on? i just think that would look awkward.
#14
"Motorcyclist Daniel Nicks strapped a camcorder to his helmet and filmed himself doing 175 mph in December 2000. When he crashed, police found the camera, played the tape and charged him."

Charged him? He was still alive?!
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he's ****in reckless.

what if he crashed tho? He would be flatter than my guitar pick.



richard hammond survived such high speed
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richard hammond survived such high speed

But Richard Hammond had decent protection and there were people around him immediately.

And even then he only survived by the skin of his teeth.
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Yeah, it's irresponsible to go so fast. But speeding is so much fun , and how many drivers here can honestly say they never speed (in 'appropriate' areas)
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#19
Ok....very dangerous stuff...

But what is this crap about the police trying to track someone down for speeding due to a video on the internet? I guess that's one of the reason why I could never be a UK-er. Sounds like they take that stuff too far.

A few states in the US do have speed cameras, but the police don't track people down based on internet videos! Most states still have to get speeders the good old fashioned way: Relativistically dopler shifted EM waves (radar)! Ok, that reminds me, I have to study for Modern Physics test...
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dang that beat my record of..... 110 mph :| lmao
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LOL, i was with my uncle recently.. He had his new coervette at 204 on the interstate at 3 a.m. (He had swapped the engine out to up the horsepower by like 140 or something (i'm not a car maniac, so forgive me)), It was fun but extremely dangerous. I wouldn't do it again, maybe once.. but just maybe.


probably the new corvette zO6... he paid for the sport package vs. the typical corvette... top speed of those is supposed to be around 205... so that makes sense...

i'm jealous of you by the way...
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