3 June 2022

Ferrari driver allegedly caught going over 200 km/h on Hume Highway

| Claire Fenwicke
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An unregistered Ferrari was allegedly caught driving at 204 km/h on the Hume Highway. Photo: NSW Police.

A Ferrari driver has been charged after he was allegedly caught driving at more than 200 km/h along the Hume Highway near Goulburn this morning (3 June).

At about 7:40 am, officers said they detected the vehicle going 204 km/h in the 100 km/h zone of the highway.

They stopped the Ferrari and spoke with the 42-year-old driver from Rhodes, in Sydney’s inner west, and discovered the vehicle wasn’t registered.

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He was subsequently issued with a court attendance notice for driving a vehicle recklessly/furiously or in a speed/manner that is dangerous, exceeding the speed limit (over 45 km/h) and using an unregistered motor vehicle.

His NSW driver’s licence was suspended and his vehicle impounded for three months.

He’s due to appear in court on 29 June.

The man has had his licence suspended and car confiscated for three months. Photo: NSW Police.

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