Speeding Lamborghini, racing brothers among 'stunt drivers' nabbed outside Ottawa

A pair of brothers racing each other along Limebank Road in Ottawa; and a Lamborghini driver nailed on Highway 7 were among the high-milers who started the week with a stunt driving charge, a tow to the impound lot and a driver's licence suspension.
The OPP stopped the purple Lamborghini on Highway 7 near Hazeldean Road going 168 km/h in the 100 km/h zone—which would be dangerous even if the road had been bare and dry, police noted.
Ahead of Tuesday's storm, “adjust your driving as it starts falling in your area,” they warned.
The brothers, meanwhile, were clocked at 141 km/h in an 80 km/h zone at 5:30 p.m. Monday, Const. Phil Kane reported.
#OPPHSD
stopped this Lambo on Hwy7 near Hazeldean in #Ottawa
Monday. 168 km/h. Dangerous even on bare and dry road. Stunt Driving=7 day suspension and impound. Prepare for #ONStorm
. Adjust your driving as it starts falling in your area. @OPP_COMM_ER
#otttraffic
#SlowDown
^bd pic.twitter.com/19MCsIsQX2
— OPP East (@OPP_ER) February 12, 2019
A total of four drivers were charged with stunt driving in Ottawa on Monday.
Also on Limebank Road, Const. Jon Hall nabbed a driver who was test-driving a new car at a whopping 151 km/h in an 80 zone on the strip police dub the “Limebank Raceway.”
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