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Over $750,000 value of outlandish cars nabbed in Niagara military speed trap

Niagara Falls military nabbed 6 outlandish cars Jul 11, some clocked during speeds tighten to 80 km/h over a limit, for pushing fast on a debate hosted by a let company.

The vehicles, owned by Ultimate Exotics, were being driven by 5 clients and a company’s user on a track from a domicile in Stoney Creek, nearby Hamilton, down to a Falls, reports Niagara This Week. Four were seized for surpassing a speed extent by 50 km/h, and 4 drivers had their licences suspended.

Officers set adult a speed trap Wednesday only before noon after removing countless complaints – from opposite a segment and over a past several weeks – of speeding, drifting drivers in high-end supercars.

The value of a vehicles pulled over exceeds $750,000. They enclosed a 2016 Lamborghini driven by a 58-year-old Burlington man; a 2014 McLaren driven by a 25-year-old Toronto man; and a 2016 Corvette driven by a 27-year-old Oakville woman.

A 2016 Mercedes-AMG GT-R piloted by a 48-year-old Richmond Hill man; and a 2016 Nissan GT-R with a 57-year-old Quebec lady behind a circle were available doing 148 km/h in a 70 km/h during a sting.

The 37-year-old Ultimate Exotics user piloted a lead vehicle, a 2010 Porsche Cayenne, and was strike with 4 Highway Traffic Act offences, including speeding and stunting.

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