Sports Car Drivers Caught on Video Speeding Through Beverly Hills Won’t Be Charged

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The owner of a pair of supercars seen on videos speeding and racing through narrow residential streets in Beverly Hills does not have diplomatic immunity as he claimed, police said.

But he won't face any charges because no officers witnessed the incident and no evidence exists of who was behind the wheel of the cars, Beverly Hills Lt. Lincoln Hoshino said.

While millions may have seen the videos posted on Instagram and YouTube of a rare yellow Ferrari LaFerrari roaring down North Walden Drive trailed by a Porsche 911 GT3, Hoshino said no police officer saw the incident firsthand.

For a misdemeanor dangerous-driving offense, an officer must see the infraction him or herself or have evidence of who was at the wheel during Saturday night's exotic car racing, Hoshino said.

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