$2M In Sports Cars Impounded After 2 Fast 'N Furious Canadians Street Race To Dinner

September 2, 2011


in Vancouver, British Columbia impounded 13 exotic sports cars after their drivers decided to race them to dinner on the highway at speeds in excess of 120MPH. No word on what restaurant they were going to, but that shit must be f***in' goooooooood.

What the racers, who police said are all under age 21, won't get is harsh punishment.

"Each driver will be charged with Driving without Reasonable Consideration and receive a violation ticket with a specified penalty of $196. Additionally, these drivers will be responsible for all associated towing and storage charges," according to the RCMP press release.

That's because police didn't actually catch them in the act and acted only on witness accounts. They weren't caught on radar, video or seen by a police officer, Superintendent Norm Gaumont, RCMP officer in charge of traffic enforcement for the Lower Mainland, told the Surrey Now newspaper. The cars:

2007 Ferrari 599
2010 Lamborghini Gallardo
2010 Lamborghini Gallardo
2009 Lamborghini Gallardo
2009 Audi R8
2012 Nissan GT-R
2010 Nissan GT-R
2010 Nissan GT-R
2010 Maserati Turismo
2010 Maserati Turismo
2011 Mercedes SL63
2011 Mercedes SLS
2005 Aston Martin DB9

Whoa whoa whoa -- THEY WERE ALL UNDER 21?! God I hate rich, spoiling parents. You know why? Because they raise dickweeds. Me? I'm a vaginaflower. Like something straight out of a Georgia O'Keefe painting. Still, I can't help but feel bad for the kids driving the 2010 GT-R's. I mean come on, those things are only worth like $70K now. HAHA -- YOUR PARENTS ARE POOR AND DON'T LOVE YOU! Kidding, KIDDING (but only about the poor part).

Police grab $2 million worth of cars after Canadian street race [cnn]

Thanks to comfort eagle, always so relaxing to watch soaring high, high up in the sky.

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