Moment Lamborghini driver crashes £200K supercar into another motorist while speeding at 75mph in 40 zone – as he is given 20-month road ban
- Gull Khan, 32, crashed a £200,000 Lamborghini on the streets of Peterborough
This is the shocking moment a man crashed a hired £200,000 Lamborghini into another man’s car after using the streets ‘like a racetrack’.
Dashcam footage shows Gull Khan, 32, driving dangerously in Peterborough moments before ploughing into the back of another motorist on March 15 last year. The impact of the smash caused the rear of the other vehicle, a Seat Leon, to be lifted into the air.
The man who was driving the Seat was taken to Peterborough City Hospital where he was treated for a fractured nose, concussion and various cuts and grazes.
Khan is believed to have driven at speeds of at least 75mph – well in excess of the 40mph limit – when the collision happened.
Dashcam footage shows Gull Khan, 32, driving dangerously in Peterborough moments before ploughing into the back of another motorist on March 15 last year
The footage shows that he hits the other car as it pulls out to overtake – and Khan was driving so fast the other motorist didn’t even have a second to change his course.
Khan, of Peterborough, admitted dangerous driving and having no insurance.
On Friday, May 19, at Peterborough Magistrates’ Court, he was sentenced to ten weeks in prison, suspended for a year.
The impact of the collision caused the rear of the other vehicle, a Seat Leon, to be lifted into the air as it was pushed along the road and into the central reservation
He was also disqualified from driving for 20 months and ordered to complete an extended re-test and 120 hours of unpaid work.
PC Pete Smith said: ‘Khan seemed determined to use the roads like a racetrack as he drove well in excess of the speed limit and weaved in and out of traffic.
‘He showed a complete disregard for the laws of the road and other people’s safety.
‘I’m pleased he has now appeared in court and been sentenced for his actions.’
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