Lamborghini Speeds at 220mph on UK Motorway

Lamborghini Speeds at 220mph on UK Motorway

A Lamborghini has been caught on camera dangerously speeding at 226MPH on a UK road. Another driver captured the lime green supercar zooming down a 70mph motorway at break-neck speed in the east of England.

The Aventador LP760, which costs £440,000, was driven on the outside lane by an unknown driver going three times the speed limit – faster than the Japanese bullet trains that cut through countrysides at 200mph!

The spectacular blink-and-you’ll-miss-it show was criticised by road safety campaigners after the video was posted online.

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Gary Rae, senior campaigner for Brake, said: “This is an appalling case of dangerous driving. Speed is one of the biggest killers on our roads, even at much lower speeds than this selfish driver.

“Every day, five people lose their lives on UK roads. Through the support we provided to victims’ families, we see the devastation caused in the lives of the loved-ones left behind. Limits are there for a reason and drivers should stay well within them.”

Source: Daily Star

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One thought on “Lamborghini Speeds at 220mph on UK Motorway

  1. Speeding doesn’t kill people, driving too fast does. There is a distinction which it suits fake charities like Brake (they get all their money from the taxpayer) to ignore. Clearly driving at 3 times the speed limit when there are other unsuspecting road users is dangerous and I don’t think any sane person would disagree but just exceeding the speed limit – many of which are entirely arbitrary and deliberately set too low by anti-car highways officers in councils who are often Brake “educated” or Brake activists – isn’t dangerous in itself.

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