This Cop Pulling Over Lamborghini Driver Shows How Nice Canadians Really Are
Canadians have a reputation for being over-the-top nice. This video of a cop pulling over a Lamborghini driver shows just how pleasant Canadians are. The leader of the North Face Rally luxury car club was traveling with his crew from Toronto to Pickering in Ontario, Canada. They were stopped by a cop, but this encounter was outstanding for all parties involved.
In Vice’s automotive documentary series, “Smoke Show,” viewers get to ride-along with “Ghostrider,” the secretive leader of the North Face Rally car club. Ghostrider has 27 incredible vehicles and on this day he was driving his amazing Lamborghini Huracan, which has a sticker price of $200,000. In episode two of the show, Ghostrider was stopped by a police officer for the caravan of rally cars at the 8-minute mark.
The driver and the cop have a delightful exchange and the Lambo driver is free to go. The cop and exotic car driver hit it off so well that the police officer is invited to drive the supercar. The cop welcomes the opportunity to get behind the wheel of the Italian powerhouse coupe features a 5.2-liter V10 engine with 602 horsepower. Sadly, for the cop, he had to drive this spaceship of a car that has a top speed of 201 mph in a residential area.
Canada continues to be the friendliest country.