Audi RS6 chase: senewss.info/slow/ls6Up5SbmLjchLY/video
From Playlist Active Driving Encounters by GTBOARD.com: senewss.info/have/PLz1eRhB3MHjnZ2LN6FHUGAPz5DRK4beZl.html
-No people injured and no collateral damage
-This police car drive way faster that I have ever seen an American policecar drive, especially the cornering.
-Police just don't have Volvos, they have motorcycles and helicopters too and several units at the call of a radio.
-The sooner you stop the less problem. Escalation seems to be exponential, similar to the five stars in GTA...
-There is a high risk that at least in Sweden
and most European countries a prison sentece is mandatory if you
engage in a prolonged pursuit.
-Risk also increases that you can create an accident because of the stress. It's almost like on the racetrack
where it is always easier to follow than to lead. Relative speed is the key here.
-And as stated in the introduction, that BMW M5 (F10) driver had a bad day, this seeemed not to be the
ordinary Volvo policecar. On the other hand it was positive for the M5 driver that he was not taken off
road by the police car, so no damages or injuries.
-Thanks to Gävle Dagblad for the clip. This is from the playlist Active Driving Encounters by GTBOARD.com
CHASE 560 HP BMW M5 Police Pursuit 150 mph / 243 km/h by unmarked Swedish Police BMW 535d. Intense!