Two GM engineers arrested for racing at Corvette


According to Automobile, referring to the Kentucky Police Department, two General Motors employees on the eve staged real races on the streets of the American city of Bowling Green, where the Corvette production plant is located. Alexander Tim and Mark Derkats were stopped by the police for numerous traffic violations. Tim, 27, an intake and exhaust engineer, drove a test Chevrolet Corvette at 120 mph (193 kilometers per hour) with a limit of 45 mph (72 kilometers per hour), and 30-year-old Derkats, engineer for the development of electronic systems, at the time of stopping the patrol raced at a speed of 100 miles per hour (160 kilometers per hour).

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