London Resident CHASES Lambo

London Resident CHASES Lambo

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cayman-black

9,328 posts

171 months

Sunday 28th June
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MikeStroud said:
Wish they'd come and do that for ten mins outside my house. Beautiful sight imo. Not every day but now and again would be great.
Yes, I wouldn't mind either nice Lambos and a girl driving even better.

Ferruccio

1,193 posts

74 months

Sunday 28th June
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Cold said:
This just shows how tired and played out the whole supercar in London cliché actually is. It's been a boring stereotype for a number of years. Now it's just tiresome.
So what?

Whatever happened to live and let live?

claudereff

57 posts

64 months

Sunday 28th June
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Harry_S said:
claudereff said:
You sound like a right fairy
You sound like another bellend.
wavey

Cold

9,103 posts

45 months

Sunday 28th June
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Ferruccio said:
So what?

Whatever happened to live and let live?
That's all the bloke was wanting to do. Then some oiks in their ridiculous cars turned up and ruined his day. Still, at least the car drivers are having fun.

ThePackMan

127 posts

21 months

Sunday 28th June
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Cold said:
Ferruccio said:
So what?

Whatever happened to live and let live?
That's all the bloke was wanting to do. Then some oiks in their ridiculous cars turned up and ruined his day. Still, at least the car drivers are having fun.
Don’t lose any sleep over it. He probably doesn’t even remember it happened wink

SVJBalboni

139 posts

9 months

That was Rana's SVJ been chased and the SVJ owners parked up for some photos, no one was revving BUT when you have 5 V12's idling it's loud so I can understand why someone would get triggered. Still doesn't give the this fool the right to go run after someone's car and go around and start mouthing people off.

This is why I don't drive my SVJ in central London. It's too loud, too out there and it triggers a lot of people especially in the current climate. Best to drive on some empty country roads but you still have to beware of aggressive bikers and framers who else get triggered easily. Life is tough for Lambo owners, lol.


Jack-flash

167 posts

27 months

ThePackMan said:
Comes back to my question - if you saw these guys blatting around rural A roads would you think it was OK?
I live semi rural on a long sweeping bend with a 60 limit and yet it’s always the younger drivers that think there the nuts dojng 120 plus , one day soon something will happen , they won’t look cool splattered into the back of a bulk hauler

ReverendCounter

3,895 posts

131 months

Tuesday
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SVJBalboni said:
This is why I don't drive my SVJ in central London. It's too loud
Can you get it past the noise limits on tracks?

ATG

16,762 posts

227 months

Tuesday
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Can't see the vid now, but assuming this was somewhere round Knightsbridge or South Ken, then these are largely residential areas. It's always reasonable to expect people to behave considerately and it's a good thing when someone is prepared to call people out for behaving inconsiderately. Making a load of unnecessary noise that is blatantly obviously not going to be appreciated by most people is inconsiderate behaviour. If you've got a loud car or bike, it's not asking much to stop the engine when you're parked, nor to avoid reving the thing hard when you're on a 30mph urban street. If you deliberately act like an inconsiderate plum, I for one would prefer to live in a society where people feel it's their responsibility to call you out. Of course we should be tolerant of a bit of larking around, but it doesn't take much imagination to see that listening to deliberately loudend exhausts day in day out gets pretty trying.

As to the accountants living out their Dennis Hopper fantasies by commuting down Fleet St on their deafening Harleys ...

ThePackMan

127 posts

21 months

Wednesday
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I think the old guy in the video was living out his robocop fantasy’s. As to “calling people out” depends where you are, Knightsbridge mews?? I know some pretty rough places in Glasgow where I’m betting you wouldn’t last 5 minutes going around “calling people out”...