A video uploaded to Social Drive shows us a driver who gets stung by a high-speed trainstarting a race to almost 300km/h. And as if that were not enough, he records it himself with a camera.
Recklessness behind the wheel costs lives, but it seems that the risk is worth it if you earn a few “likes” on social networks. And in this video that we are going to see, the impredences are piled on top of each other…
The social car network SocialDrive has uploaded this video to Twitter where we can see a driver getting stung by a high-speed train… that runs at 300 km/h:
He gets stung by a high-speed train and puts his car at almost 300km/h pic.twitter.com/RRop1Z4H8d
— SocialDrive (@SocialDrive_es) October 5, 2022
The video begins with the driver traveling at 275 km/h, and when he is overtaken by the high-speed train, he presses on him even more until he accelerates the 299 Km/h… where the video cuts off abruptly.
to the madness of circulate at almost 300 km/h, a second imprudence must be added: from what can be seen in the video, the driver himself is recording it with his mobile, holding it with one hand while driving with the other.
You can see how the view changes from the train to the car’s accelerometer, worrying about focusing with the camera… and practically not looking at the road. Maximum recklessness.
The car he’s driving is an Audi, and from the logo on the high-speed train, It seems that it is shot outside of Spain.
In our country the fines for traveling at more than 191 km/h amounts to 600 euros and withdrawal of 6 points from the card, but with extremes as serious as this, rolling at 300 km/h while recording himself with a camera, they are considered exceptional cases that carry thousands of euros in fines, and the withdrawal of the license for quite some time.
Every time we watch a video of a driver traveling at 300 km/heither getting stung by a high speed train like here, the nonsense that supposes that the cars can circulate at such high speeds, when the traffic regulations set a maximum speed of 120 km/h, comes up for debate. Are the necessary speed limiters mandatory?