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Man Accused Of Repeatedly Driving Ferrari F2 Car Down Motorway Despite Police Warning Him Not To

Man Accused Of Repeatedly Driving Ferrari F2 Car Down Motorway Despite Police Warning Him Not To
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A driver racing a Ferrari F2 seemed anxious to force the famous race car through traffic. The problem is that the driver was not doing this for the first time, having been previously warned against it by the police.

Granted, there are a lot of strange things you can find when driving along a motorway. Some of the most interesting things include billboards and hilarious bumper stickers.

However, motorists found themselves driving beside a Ferrari F2 race car in the Czech Republic, making some of them wonder whether they had somehow ended up on an F1 track.

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The red single-seater race car could be seen on footage shared by netizens on Twitter. Several drivers took videos of the racing car trying to overtake other vehicles on the road.

These vehicles are designed to speed more than 200 mph. For this and many other reasons, they are usually not allowed on public roads.

However, this driver did not care about such restrictions. Even after he got a warning for doing it the first time, he was still spotted on public roads.

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According to the media, a similar incident took place back in 2019. A race car was seen on the highway in Prague.

Man Accused Of Repeatedly Driving Ferrari F2 Car Down Motorway Despite Police Warning Him Not To

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Back then, police requested the public for assistance as they sought to find out the identity of the race car's driver. The driver was accused of violating traffic laws.

In the end, the suspect was apprehended but was not found guilty of any charges. The Drivers' Protection Society defended the driver and claimed that the police had not stopped the vehicle to identify the driver.

The driver had a helmet while driving, which made identifying him more challenging.

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The recent incident has attracted varied responses online. Some think the driver is a "hero," while others claim that his license should be taken for good.

It is unclear if the police are trying to find out the identity of the driver.