The Daily Mirror reported a 33-year-old was driving a new Audi A6 135 mph because the fleet company he worked for need him to travel 1000 miles in a day. The judge found him guilty, suspended his license for two years and fined him £400. It didn't seem to phase the driver any, "It is a very powerful car and it accelerates very quickly. I was extremely alert. I am sorry for the offense I committed. I can't say I didn't enjoy the car."
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