Over the past couple of months, there have been a series of videos posted on YouTube by a guy named Ray Sieger. Mr. Sieger is on his second Nissan GT-R, this one being a 2013 model with a JDM cat-back exhaust.
Sieger’s latest video shows his wife’s first time in the car for a full launch. While the video is mildly amusing, some of the others in his YouTube feed show a considerable lack of judgement. As Sieger shows his son how the launch procedure works, the pair drive out of their neighbourhood, have a look for police and then hammer it. Their run ends when they notice a cruiser down the street.
Even more disturbing is the fly-by type video, where Sieger proudly claims that his machine can do 0-60 in 2.7 seconds and 0-100 in 6.7 seconds.
Watch the video and you will notice that he does this in a school zone!
You would think that guys who are hooning it up might start learning one of these days. Remember that 300 km/h bike rider from B.C.? In jail, thanks to YouTube. Ditto for the two clowns who were street racing in a pair of Vettes down in Texas on American Thanksgiving last year.
It is only a matter of time before the same happens to Ray Sieger if he keeps this nonsense up!
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