When 9 supercars race on the highway in Hong Kong


Owners of these supercars have found it fun to race on the highway. But the local Hong Kong police did not hear it that way!

Measuring just 1,104 km2, the state of Hong Kong is extremely populated, with its 6,763 inhabitants/km2 . Riddled with residential towers, the places have few green spaces or desert corners. This is perhaps what motivated the owners of these 9 supercars (Ferrari, Porsche, McLaren, Lamborghini, etc.) to meet in the middle of the night.

The reason for this meeting? A small clandestine race on the highway Fanling. With a length of 10 km, it has been transformed into a playground by extremely wealthy people, among which there are several traders, a real estate agent and even a doctor.

Dangerous driving

According to the police, this race gathered at least 17 cars, but only 9 of them were stopped and seized. While 10 people were deprived of liberty. The least we can say is that the local law enforcement agencies are not kidding since the penalty incurred can go up to one year in prison. It must be said that this highway is permanently cluttered.

The owners of these cars have put the lives of other users in danger by their excessive speed and their incessant changes of traffic lane.

Previous

Apart from the facts that we are relating to you today which would date from last January 2, it is not not the first time that the Hong Kong police are obliged to put an end to such acts. It seems that wild races between multiple supercars on the open road are becoming more and more popular. This is also the case in the United States where the participants do not hesitate to film themselves and publish their videos on platforms like YouTube.

For the moment, no drama is to be deplored, but the danger is such that the slightest accident could quickly turn into catastrophe.

Check out the video of this illegal race in Hong Kong:

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