Here’s Footage Of Police Escorting Ferraris Down The Freeway At 125 MPH (Video)
On Monday, two State Police troopers in New Jersey were suspended without pay and a station commander was reassigned following an investigation into a high-speed caravan of luxury sports cars that was reportedly being escorted by two police vehicles last month.
Several eye-witnesses reported seeing two troopers escorting a group of Ferraris, Lamborghinis, Porsches and other high-priced sports vehicles down the Garden State Parkway to Atlantic City at speeds in excess of 100 mph during the afternoon of March 30. It is believed that San Francisco 49ers running back Brandon Jacobs was the one who ordered the police escort to lead the way for fellow members of the Driving Force Club, which is a group of wealthy luxury car enthusiasts and collectors.
Following the suspension of Sgt. 1st Class Nadir Nassry and Trooper Joseph Ventrella, a second investigation has been opened into another high-speed caravan of luxury cars that took place on the same Parkway in 2010 and was caught on camera by two young boys in a Mitsubishi Evolution VIII (video can be seen below).
Apparently, the boys drove two hours in search of the “Ferrari Rally” and once they found it on the Garden State Parkway, they followed it for the next 14 minutes while recording every second of their high-speed adventure. At one moment, they almost cut two of the Ferraris off the road as they struggled to keep up with the 125 mph caravan (12:00 mark).
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Hat Tip – [Jalopnik]