2 years in jail for the owner of the Bugatti that drove 417 kilometers per hour

2 years in jail for the owner of the Bugatti that drove 417 kilometers per hour


Radim Passer – a Czech millionaire who loved fast cars – thought it was a good idea to test the top speed of his Bugatti Chiron on the German autobahn. Early Sunday morning on the A2 between Berlin and Hanover, he reached a top speed of 417 km / h.

On the A2 dead straight at 417 km / h in the Bugatti Chiron

Under a YouTube video that Passer posted in early January, he wrote that safety was a priority. “This section of the A2 is roughly 10 kilometers long, with three lanes and a good outline.” Just to be sure, Passer also thanks God for the safety and good condition of reaching 417 km / h.

The German government considers the Czech millionaire’s behavior irresponsible

But the German government believes that the Czech has endangered the safety of other road users. The video shows the Bugatti overtaking other cars at high speed. In a statement, the Ministry of Transport highlights German traffic law, which states that road users must not behave in a way that is dangerous to others.

Police want to charge the Bugatti driver with illegal street racing

Police now want to charge Passer with illegal street racing. A spokesman confirmed to Britain’s The Sun newspaper that prosecutors are preparing a case against Passer. If convicted, he could face a maximum of two years in prison.