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Footballer Kieron Dyer fined for speeding in his Porsche

after failing to turn up to court

2 August 2012




Kieron Dyer has found himself in trouble with the courts for speeding offences

Dyer had previously denied a second charge of failing to identify the driver of the Porsche.

The 33-year-old was fined £45 and ordered to pay a £15 victim surcharge for the offence, which happened in December.He had three points added to his previously clean licence.

Dyer had his QPR contract renewed in May despite playing just seven minutes in the entire season.

It's not the first time the injury-prone footballer has found himself in trouble for motoring offences.

Dyer, of Coney Byes Lane, West Bergholt, Essex, was handed a £2,000 fine and banned from driving for six months in 2010 after being caught speeding on the A12 in his Mercedes.

He was found guilty of speeding, failing to provide information on the identity of a driver and failing to produce a driving licence.

In 2002 he crashed his £100,000 Ferrari 360 Modena on the Swing Bridge over the River Tyne, just two weeks after being fined £500 and given six points for doing 80mph in a 50mph area in a BMW M3 in Lincolnshire.

He was banned for two months in 2001 and fined £1,000 for doing 104mph on the A1 in County Durham while listening to radio coverage of the US Open golf tournament.


From The Daily Mail

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2182737/Footballer-Kieron-Dyer-fined-speeding-Porsche-failing-turn-court.html



Christian von Koenigsegg introduces

the 2013 Koenigsegg Agera R


12 October 2012














Join Christian von Koenigsegg as he introduces his latest extreme performance hypercar, the record-breaking 1,140hp Agera R.


The engine details are roughly comparable to the price tag too - a 5.0 litre V8, 960 hp on regular fuel and up to 1,140 horsepower when running on premium with a max torque of 1,200Nm at 4,100rpm.


Zero to 60mph takes just 2.9 seconds, top speed is thought to be 273mph.


Porsche 918 Sub-7 Minute Nurburgring goal

11 October 2012
















Reports suggest Porsche has set a Sub-7 Minute Nurburgring goal for the Porsche 918 Spyder. The news comes directly from Matthias Müller, Porsche’s CEO during an interview he gave to Motor Trend at the 2012 Paris Motor Show.

During the interview he also hinted at a new, powerful hybrid drivetrain for the Cayenne and a facelift for the entire model range.

Porsche now has the Nurburging major automobile manufacturers record in its sights, which is currently held by the Dodge Viper ACR.  Porsche came close recently with a 7:14 time in the Porsche 918 Spyder.

When asked how fast he believed the 918 Spyder would go, Müller, replied, “if we’re lucky, it will be under 7 minutes… but I don’t know, we’ll see.”

The current production car record sits at 6:48, set by the Radical SR8 LM.


2013 Lamborghini Aventador Roadster

11 October 2012















The Lamborghini Aventador Roadster is almost certain to make its official release at the Los Angeles Motor Show later this year. A new set of renders by LamboCars gives a closer look at the upcoming roofless version of the Lamborghini Aventador.

The Aventador Roadster features a two-piece roof panel clearly visible by a new center line in the middle of the roof. The removal panels are part of the Targa-style removable roof, which is detachable in two sections. It is unknown if you can store the panels in the front luggage compartment, or if you have to leave them at home.


Police stop 8 Bugatti Veyrons in South of France


10 October 2012





















Spotting a Bugatti Veyron in the middle of the French countryside would take anyone by surprise, but eight at the same time would be any supercar enthusiast’s dream!


Dutch Autovisie reader Achilles Durlinger had the privilege of snapping the supercars after police stopped them – not for speeding, but for an illegal numberplate.














The eight hypercars, total value of over 14 million euros, were travelling to the French Riviera.


For his naughty number plate, the driver was fined 250 euros.