“In testing one month prior to the 2005 Italian Grand Prix, Juan Pablo Montoya of the McLaren-Mercedes F1 team recorded a record top speed of 372.6 km/h (231.5 mph).”
Belgium – September 30 2018 — A man has been summoned to court to answer the charge that he was driving at 914 km/h on a small road in Auderghem, a tiny city in Brussels. Follow us on Twitter: @INTEL_TODAY
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The man is obviously seriously shaken.
“This is unacceptable. In a country where the administration is so expensive, it’s too bad nobody was able to prevent this mistake.
I have filed a complaint with the order of bailiffs, because somebody has not done his job properly.”
A spokesperson for the federal police acknowledged a mistake had been made, referring it to “a typo”.
One of those days, a typo from the Brussels administration is going to start WW III.
If these clowns can not operate a radar-gun, do you think they could detect ‘microwave attacks’ in the Capital of Europe?
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