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رمضان المبارك بحوالي ثمانية ايام اعاده
الله علينا وعليكم وعلي الامة العربية
والاسلامية بالخير والسلام..ونحن وبحكم
خصوصية رمضان نتوقف تمامآ عن طلوع البر
والتطعيس وان شاء الله لنا عودة بعد عيد
الفطر المبارك,والان اترككم مع اللقطات
التي ارجو ان تنال اعجابكم وبالنسبة
للاخوان الذين اقترحو ان يتم اجراء حوار او
مقابلات مع اعضاء الفريق اقول لهم ان شاء
الله بعد رمضان المبارك لان بعض الاخوان
بالفريق موجودين خارج الوطن في اجازات
خاصة وبالتالي حتي تكتمل الحلقة بالشكل
المناسب ارتاينا الانتظار لحين عودتهم
اخوكم ابونواف السفياني الثقفي
Walkinshaw enhanced 365kw E3 HSV LPI Clubsport with 3inch bimodal exhaust launch & drive by-HD
Please note video footage is best viewed in 720p/1080p HD and was taken
during the new year holiday break on a quiet outer suburban road to ensure
the safety of others. The launch was performed on lpg and comp mode was
selected to prevent wheel spin. Drive by shows how quite the Exhaust can be when cruising and when you open
it up past 3800rpm mark the sound that it makes when the vacuum operated
valves open up with the bimodal system.
Cheering crowd protects hoon from police
A DRINK-driver was cheered on by a crowd of about 200 people as he
allegedly performed a burn-out just north of Albury on Saturday.
The rowdy onlookers then stood in the way of police after the car, a 1965
Chrysler sedan, took off.
Insp Tony Moodie, of Albury police, was yesterday appalled by the behaviour
of the people involved, who were believed to have been part of the weekends
Chryslers on the Murray event.
The disturbing thing about this incident is the amount of people standing
with their family without a care in the world, in close proximity to a man,
cheering him on when he was allegedly intoxicated, didnt have a current
licence and did not have proper control of his vehicle doing the burn-out,
What is even worse is that when police tried to apprehend the driver, a
large portion of the crowd turned on police, blocking their leaving and
allowing the driver to get away.
Some of those people can think themselves lucky that they themselves are
not facing court.
Adrian Froon, 23, of Moama, faced Albury court yesterday charged with
dangerous driving, mid-range drink-driving, driving while disqualified,
aggravated burn-out, negligent driving and disobey a police direction.
Police told the court Froon was seen doing the burn-out on Burma Road, in
front of the Ettamogah Pub, about 4.40pm on Saturday.
The burn-out lasted for about 30 seconds, producing a large amount of
Police approached the driver but he sped off through the crowd.
Several people then stood in front of the police car as it attempted to
Police were eventually able to move through the crowd and saw the car again
at the Hume Highway at the Davey Road off-ramp.
They said Froon lost control of the car and crashed into a sign before
continuing along Davey Road.