Canada Ferrari driver fined $750 for clocking 210 km/h on Lions Gate Bridge

21:56  09 may  2018
21:56  09 may  2018 Source:   cbc.ca

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The driver of a Ferarri clocked travelling 210 km / h over the Lions Gate Bridge is losing his keys for nearly a year and a half. The West Vancouver Police Department said B.C.’s Superintendent of Motor Vehicles ordered a 16-month driving prohibition against the 22-year-old West Vancouver man on

Penalties expanded for Ferrari driver clocked at 210 km / h on bridge . An apparent need for speed has landed a young driver in hot water – and his Ferrari in an impound lot -- after the high-end vehicle was clocked going 210 km / h on the Lions Gate Bridge .

a car parked in a parking lot: Police say the car was impounded after the speeding offence on July 4, 2017.© West Vancouver Police Police say the car was impounded after the speeding offence on July 4, 2017.

A West Vancouver, B.C., man has been fined and banned from driving after he was clocked going 150 km/h over the speed limit on the Lions Gate Bridge last summer.

Yihao Wang was driving his Ferrari at 210 km/h northbound on the bridge on July 4. The maximum posted speed on the bridge is 60 km/h.

The Ferrari 458, worth roughly $300,000, was impounded for 60 days and Wang was handed a 16-month driving prohibition.

He was later charged with excessive speeding relative to conditions under the Motor Vehicle Act.

History of speeding

On Tuesday, he was fined $750 for the offence after defence and Crown agreed on his sentence. He was also charged $113 for a victim surcharge fee.

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VANCOUVER — West Vancouver Police say they stopped a 22-year-old sports car driver who was clocked travelling at 210 kilometres per hour in a 60 kilometre per hour zone on the Lions Gate Bridge .

The provincial court judge said Wang's existing driving ban from the summer should remain in place. It will be lifted in November.

Wang has a history of speed-related offences.

He was ticketed after being pulled over by the same officer on the same bridge in April 2017. Before that, he was ticketed twice for speeding in other jurisdictions.

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