"RACHA" de MOTO a 299 KM/h e é depois cercado pela Policia Federal
Potência não é nada sem... um policial que conheça os melhores atalhos.
É assim que um agente da polícia rodoviária federal capturou um dos
quatro pilotos com motos de 1000 cilindradas em média, com nada mais que
um Ford Focus - e uma bela trombada proposital.
O racha aconteceu em um domingo ensolarado de março deste ano, na BR-101,
região de Biguaçu (SC). Em uma das retas, as motos chegam a quase 300
quilômetros por hora. Alertados por motoristas, os policiais fizeram uma
barreira na estrada. Na tentativa de fuga, um dos pilotos chegou a andar na
contramão a mais de 170 km/h, pelo acostamento.
Apesar do flagra cinematográfico, os arruaceiros foram liberados após
serem autuados em 18 infrações, que somaram cerca de seis mil reais e 116
pontos nas respectivas habilitações. Apesar do racha ser considerado
crime, com prisão prevista entre seis meses e dois anos, os infratores
receberam o benefício de uma pena alternativa.
As motos foram ao menos apreendidas? Não. Segundo a PRF, não havia
irregularidades que justificassem legalmente a detenção. É mole?
Veja que tudo se dá na praia de São Miguel, prete atençao no dialogo do
policial e motociclista no final kkkkkkk
Audi RS4 e Subaru Impreza WRX - BRAZIL
Audi RS4 e Subaru WRX no Brasil
Audi RS4 and Subaru WRX in Brazi
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Subaru Impreza vs Cam Sinclair Dirt Bike - Amazing Stunt Filled Chase - Top Gear USA - Series 2
Tanner Foust tests the Subaru Impreza all terrain abilities to the limit in
a race against X-Games champion Cam Sinclair on a Yamaha YZ250 dirt bike.
Buckle up for the most insane, stunt filled, Hollywood style epic chase
challenge ever seen on Top Gear USA in glorious HD.
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Subaru PUMA RallyCross Team Battles in GRC Debut at Charlotte
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In this video, go behind-the-scenes with Dave Mirra, Bucky Lasek, and
Sverre Isachsen of the Subaru PUMA Rallycross Team U.S.A. as they battle in
Global Rallycross Round 1 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, May 26, 2012.
The 2012 Global RallyCross Championship (GRC) kicked off within the immense
confines of the Charlotte Motor Speedway and the Subaru PUMA Rallycross
Team was there to do battle amongst a total of 17 participating Rallycross
teams. Seasoned team drivers Dave Mirra and Sverre Isachsen, as well as
Rallycross rookie Bucky Lasek piloted their race-prepared Subaru WRX STIs
against stiff competition on a unique road course incorporating parts of
the oval at Charlotte Motor Speedway in North Carolina. The Rallycross ran
immediately following the NASCAR Nationwide race in front of thousands of
likely new fans in attendance.
"I had many unknowns here with a new team, a new car, and a new series,"
explained Sverre Isachsen, the reigning European Rallycross Champion who
recently stepped away from defending his crown in Europe to join the Subaru
PUMA RallyCross Team and compete in the GRC. "Although I was unable to
make it to the Final due to a minor mechanical problem I have gained a
really, really good feeling about my Subaru during this first event with
it. We have only just started the development of our car yet I had the
pace to challenge our rivals here in Charlotte, who have been developing
their cars for Rallycross for years. They are at their limit yet we are
just scratching the surface, so the potential I see is very good. It was a
good weekend for me to learn this and get some time in the car, so I'm very
confident now. We will fight for victory at the next round, I am sure of
it." Isachsen finshed in second place in his first heat but was slowed by a
mechanical issue while leading the Last Chance Qualifier race, which would
have sent Isachsen on to the Final.
The second new face driving a Subaru this year is skateboarding legend
Bucky Lasek. Although Lasek is a Rallycross rookie he is no stranger to
auto racing and has competed in a variety of circuit racing events over the
past ten years. Lasek is driving a lower specification Subaru STI
RallyCross car for the initial few rounds of his burgeoning Rallycross
career as the Subaru PUMA RallyCross Team focus on Lasek's development and
training program. But Lasek is a quick study and put in an impressive
drive in his debut event finish in third place in the Last Chance Qualifier
race, just over one second behind second place and what would have been a
spot in the Final. "I've driven many cars but this Subaru STI Rallycross
car is just wild," said Lasek. "The best way to explain what my first
Rallycross event was like is comparing it to being dropped into a pool
filled with piranhas, except I enjoyed it immensely! I'm really happy with
my performance as I stayed out of trouble, stayed smooth and learned so
much, so it was a great first step for me and an amazing experience."
Dave Mirra advanced to the Final with a second place finish heat race and
was fighting among the lead pack of cars when young Finnish Rallycross
driver Toomas Heikkenen, who collided heavily with Mirra, abruptly ended
his race. Heikennen was subsequently black-flagged and disqualified from
the Final for the aggressive move. Mirra was ultimately classified as an
eighth place overall finish. "It was wild out there and things just didn't
go my way in the Final," explained Mirra. "I was pretty upset at the time
when I was knocked out, but ultimately I realized we learned a lot this
weekend and it was great to get back in my Subaru."