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Driver caught driving nearly 100km OVER the speed limit in flashy Ferrari on a NSW highway

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Driver caught driving nearly 100km ABOVE the speed limit in flashy Ferrari – while Highway Patrol soon found he was doing something else wrong too

  • Police have charged a Ferrari driver with driving more than 200 km/h on a highway
  • Officers also discovered that the white sports car was not registered
  • A Sydney man has been charged with dangerous and reckless driving
  • The man also lost his driver’s license while the car was impounded

A man has lost his driver’s license after reportedly being caught speeding at nearly 100 km/h in a $400,000 Ferrari.

Motorway patrol police saw the white Ferrari shooting down Hume Highway near Goulburn in southern NSW at 07:40 a.m. Friday at a speed of 204 km/h.

The car drove almost twice the speed limit of 110 km indicated on the highway.

A man has lost his driver’s license after reportedly being caught speeding at nearly 100 km/h over the limit in a $400,000 Ferrari

Highway Patrol Police were called out when a white Ferrari flashed past them early Friday morning near the NSW Southern Tableland town of Goulburn

Highway Patrol Police were called out when a white Ferrari flashed past them early Friday morning near the NSW Southern Tableland town of Goulburn

Police managed to spot the allegedly speeding sports car and spoke to the driver, a 42-year-old man from the western suburb of Sydney, Rhodes.

The agents also discovered that the Ferrari, which is selling for nearly $400,000, was not registered.

The man is charged with dangerous driving, recklessly exceeding the speed limit and using an unregistered vehicle.

Police claim the Ferrari drove 204 hours per hour on the stretch of highway with a signposted speed limit of 100 km/h and have charged a Sydney man with dangerous driving and speeding

Police claim the Ferrari drove 204 hours per hour on the stretch of highway with a signposted speed limit of 100 km/h and have charged a Sydney man with dangerous driving and speeding

His NSW driver’s license has been suspended and his vehicle impounded for three months.

The driver is due to appear in court on June 29.

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