crazy speeding scene: billionaire tests bugatti on the a2 – authorities are now investigating

Czech billionaire Radim Passer tests his Bugatti Chiron on the A2 freeway. The expensive sports car reaches a speed of 417 km/h. He uploads the video of his drive to Youtube. Now the German authorities are investigating him.

Police launched an investigation on Monday into a speeder who was driving at 417 kilometers per hour on the A2 and posted a video of it on the web. After intensive checks over the weekend, the driver is now being investigated for illegal road racing, a police spokeswoman said. This will now be passed on to the public prosecutor’s office for legal assessment.

Czech billionaire uploads video of his “test drive high

Czech billionaire Radim Passer reached astronomical speed on a German highway. Passer tested his Bugatti Chiron on a section of the A2 freeway between Berlin and Hanover.

A video of his “test drive he had uploaded on his Youtube channel. “Many people have asked us to share uncut camera footage from the car, so we did”, says the video description. “We hope you enjoy the ride – this time from a different perspective.”

Crazy 417 km/h on the A2 – speeding action was legal

The billionaire also displayed speedometer and GPS data in the process. At the top he reached 417 km/h with his luxury sports car. A questionable and dangerous horsepower spectacle.

To see are in the video namely also other vehicles, which he overtakes with his speedster. For them he has written a message on his rear wing: “Have a nice day” (dt. Have a nice day). Whether that was to be read for the overtaken at the insane speed at all?

“We thank God for the safety and good circumstances, because we could reach the speed of 417 km/h!”, Passer further wrote. At least numerous guardian angels must have been on the A2 with on the way.

Federal Ministry of Transport criticizes freeway speeders

The Federal Ministry of Transport also voiced criticism. Any behavior on the road, which leads or can lead to a danger to road users, is rejected, a spokeswoman said. And: “All road users must abide by the rules of the road traffic regulations.”

The ministry also noted that the law also requires that drivers “only drive so fast that the vehicle is constantly under control”. And whether this is the case at a speed of 417 km/h on a freeway, may be at least strongly doubted.

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