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karma kinda.
they didnt bust him for doing anything wrong, they busted him for being a dumbass who incriminated himself.

his parents should be just as responsible. he was careless and reckless and they were too.

reminds me of nick hogan wrecking his supra. it was his parents irresponsibility allowing him to operate a car that he was caught reckless driving previously. 18 19 20 year old kid shouldn't be driving cars like this, if they cant exhibit self control and avoid being so careless and reckless.
 

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Wow, 140 km/h in a 40km/h zone is pretty bad. I feel bad enough when I do half that. Here's to hoping he learned a valuable lesson.
 

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The kid id an idiot kid. He got what he deserved. I agree with Marc though - the kid is spoiled rotten and his parents are at fault for his ignorance.

The kids of the billioinaire that owns the company I work for all drive the same used car till they are 18, at which point they get a new vehicle, but its a run of the mill Toyota (Camry, Tundra, etc).

The kids stand to inherit a multi billion dollar empire, but they are nice, polite, and very down to earth.

Then again when you have Billions with a B you can afford to spend more time with your kids and less time working. Child care facilities don't generally bother to instill good morals and values..
 

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Should post this in racing stories....actually you should sticky this in racing stories.
 

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Should post this in racing stories....actually you should sticky this in racing stories.
I probably should post this there. I, however, cannot sticky it over there since it's not my section.

Oh look...this one isn't even old enough to drive:

Girl, 12, drunk and driving?
Winona County authorities say a drunken man asked the youth to drive, and she crashed the car.

Barely old enough for junior high, a 12-year-old rural Minnesota girl may be charged with DWI, according to authorities.

She was at the wheel of a car that missed a curve Saturday in Winona County, according to Sheriff David Brand.

A deputy got a surprise when he asked the girl, whom he suspected of drinking, for her license. She said she didn't have one because she was only 12. The situation was even more remarkable considering that a licensed driver, 19-year-old Benjamin R. Repinski of Winona, was a passenger.

Brand said Repinski met the girl at a party and asked her to drive him home.

As she drove along County Road 12 near Witoka, she mistook the gas pedal for the brake and hit a highway sign, drove through a yard and into a garden.

Authorities said Repinski then got behind the wheel, started driving and struck a shed. He was cited for underage drinking and driving, underage drinking and allowing an unlicensed person to drive. All are misdemeanors.

A preliminary breath test showed that the girl, whose identity was withheld because of her age, had a blood-alcohol content of 0.09 percent, the sheriff's office said. She was taken to a hospital complaining of back and side pain and was released to her mother.


Meanwhile, a deputy on his way to the hospital to interview the girl saw a man on a moped driving wobbily on Hwy. 43 and wearing sunglasses in the pitch dark.

The deputy stopped the moped and cited Daniel G. Arndt, 21, of Winona, for driving while intoxicated. Arndt told the deputy that he was on his way to pick up his friend, Repinski, who had called him for a ride after the crash.

Brand said the girl refused to provide a blood sample at the hospital but could still be charged.

"It's unusual circumstances here," he said. "A 12-year-old driver; we don't get them every day."
 

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I did drive when I was 12 but it was only to move my dad's pickup from the front entrance of the yard to the backstreet entrance. We owned the whole block back then though and paid to have the road paved. :chuckles:
 

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I admit to doing risky driving in my past, but this guy was just absurd. Noone under 21 should have a car with that much power.
 

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You seem to have a lot of confidence in the 21-25 year old people. :chuckles:
Not especially- but it's better than 16-20, am i right?
 

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Got what he deserved. This is one issue I have with going to college as a 25 year old. Everyone is still a ****ing moron. Well especially at my school since it's a tech school disguised as a University. Guys are to lazy to drive 40 minutes to the track and get their racing out of their system there. Hell there are even weekly auto x events at school but they still think they have to race to walmart or drift at every stop light. Mind you it's not everyone but the 18-22 year old demographic does seem to have the majority of mental defects.
 
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