Canadian Cops Impound A Bunch Of Supercars For Highway Stunt Driving


And 12 people were arrested. Canadians are badass.

It all went down in the Great White North, which is said to be quite nice this time of year. Meaning it’s perfect weather for some illegal highway racing. According to CBC News, Ontario Provincial Police have seized and impounded several luxury cars and supercars, including Lamborghinis and Porsches, for driving "erratically" and "dangerously" on Highway 400, Sunday afternoon. Police say they received a number of reports about a group of vehicles speeding on the highway.

Responding officers discovered a dozen supercars and luxury cars taking part in the mayhem. A total of 12 people were charged with stunt driving and their licenses have been suspended for seven days. Their vehicles have also been impounded for a week’s time. A few other drivers, for whatever reasons, were let go with a warning.

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The seized vehicles include a Lamborghini Huracan, BMW M3 coupe, Mercedes-AMG C63 Coupe, Audi R8, Porsche 911, Chevrolet Corvette Z06, Jaguar XF, Nissan GT-R and a Ferrari, Aston Martin and Rolls-Royce. "It doesn’t matter what you’re driving, you can still be taken off the road for stunt driving on any type of vehicle," stated one of the police officers. "If you want to have that kind of driving experience, take it to the track." Photos courtesy of Sgt Kerry Schmidt/Twitter