Unfortunately, such speeds mean that the £165,000 car has to be impounded for a week under local laws, despite a request by the car’s owners to have it released early.
"There has been an application made by the owners of the vehicle to get the vehicle back,” said acting police commissioner Chris Dawson. “That application under hardship has been refused so the vehicle remains seized for seven days."
We don’t know what penalties will be faced by the driver but, considering the fact that the Ferrari’s top speed is 192mph, he should probably count himself lucky he wasn’t going any faster.
Note to Ferrari. Please lend us a California. We promise not to go faster than 70mph when anyone is watching...