Getaway in Bavaria "Porsche 996 vs. German Police"
Wer lesen kann, müsste festgestellt haben das dieses Video keine
Fälschung ist! Ich war der PORSCHE-Fahrer und ich habe dafür mit
Fahrverbot zu Recht büßen müssen!
Anyone who can read should then know that this video is not a fake! I was
the Porsche driver and I had to pay for it with a ban!
Bitte nicht nachahmen, Sie würden Ihre Gesundheit gefährden!
Remember when driving a car always use your turn signal, fasten your
seatbelt and be a safe driver. If you are out walking or driving in Bavaria
at dawn you better look both ways before crossing the street. The action
featured in the "Getaway in Bavaria" video are extremely dangerous. High
speed pursuits and street racing may cause serious injury. While driving,
always wear your seatbelt and the proper safety equipment. Never attempt to
duplicate this driving. It can result in permanent injury and even death.
The driver in this film is a professional with years of training and
experience. Please do not try any of this yourself. Be smart. Drive safe.
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Porsche 911 tries to escape the police
Subtitles added to the video! They're not perfect but should be sufficient
for the story.
A 42-year old man from Purmerend, the Netherlands is caught after a bizarre
chase. The man driving a Porsche 911 GT3 drove at speeds exceeding 200 km/h
(125 mph) on the A7. The police gave him the stop sign from an undercover
surveillance car. The Porsche, ignoring this, took a last second exit and
went off. While entering the high way again, the driver lost control in the
corner of the entranceway hitting the safety rails, losing several parts
from his car, nonetheless he tried to escape again. While being chased he
took the road verge desperate to escape. Entering a parking space next to
the highway and steps over to a Volkswagen Golf, driven by his 33-year old
girlfriend. A 29-year old man which was the passenger at the Porsche took
over the wheel from the Porsche and tries to get away. As seen in the
video, while this was happening the police is taking a safe distance,
observing until backup has arrived. The Golf drives away like nothing
happened but the police knew he was in that car. They create a road block
to hold up the traffic so they can arrest the former Porsche driver, the
passenger now driving the Porsche also gets arrested.
In the Golf happens to be a baby and in the baby-seat they discovered a
firearm. In the clothing of the baby hard drugs were found. Both man are
still in custody.
13 feb 2007
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Maserati etc. captured exiting the show. Almost all of the Lamborghini
drivers floored it when they saw us filming, most Ferraris as well, but
most of the Porsches felt out of place at an italian car show. Some bonus
footage in downtown Monterey when we ran into the one and only Ferrari 612
P4/5 - it's what the Enzo should have looked and sounded like from the
start. A stunningly beautiful car.
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