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BUSTED! 144 mph in a 55 mph.

Posted in Dodge, Street Racing by MrAngry | April 18th, 2010 | 7 Responses |

For those of us who have been to the race track it’s a known fact that your adrenaline gets pumping. You’re there, you’re excited and the only thing you want to do is to go fast, which, and lets face it, is why these tracks exist. Driving what looks to be either a new Dodge Charger R/T or Magnum R/T, the owner films himself clicking off a nice 14 second pass on the track, but then proceeds to take his overzealous hoonage back out onto the street. First he passes a semi-truck on the shoulder, then hits the highway and just keeps his foot buried in the throttle to the tune of 144 mph – only 89 mph over the legal speed limit. With camera’s rolling he then proceeds to get pulled over and the rest, well… just watch the video to find out what happens next.

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7 Responses

  1. I was all ready to hate on this guy, but by the end of the video I grew to like him. It takes character to admit you’re wrong and then publish your mistakes on the Internet so others can learn from them. Right on, man. And keep working on that Dodge. You need to enact revenge on that Neon the next time you hit the track.

  2. DaveMofo says:

    Yeah…can’t say I HAVEN’T done anything that dumb…He was lucky enough to have it recorded, and cool enough to post! I wonder if he was able to get an attorney to get that ticket knocked off?

  3. Lance Lattrulo says:

    This is a viral video…sorry kids…might want to check it’s source first.

  4. Dave says:

    “Driving what looks to be either a new Dodge Charger R/T or Magnum R/T,”

    According to his Youtube comments, it’s a modified Magnum R/T. Also, it’s over 3 years old, so “new” is in the eye of the beholder.

  5. MrAngry says:

    “Also, it’s over 3 years old, so “new” is in the eye of the beholder.” – Ok, ok… man you guys don’t miss a tick do you…

  6. DaveMofo says:

    Lance, are you implying something on the internet might not be true? Then I must bid you GOOD DAY, SIR! The internet overlords would not allow such lies on to the sacred web!

    I said GOOD DAY.