SUPERCAR RAMPAGE Idiot driver crashes £250,000 Lamborghini Huracan into two cars after ‘hitting 130mph in high-speed cop chase’

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SUPERCAR RAMPAGE Idiot driver crashes £250,000 Lamborghini Huracan into two cars after ‘hitting 130mph in high-speed cop chase’
SUPERCAR RAMPAGE Idiot driver crashes £250,000 Lamborghini Huracan into two cars after ‘hitting 130mph in high-speed cop chase’

A DRIVER pranged his £250,000 Lamborghini while reportedly zooming along at 130mph in a high-speed police chase.

The motorist put his foot down after cops started following him when they saw the white Huracan flash by them at more than double the 40mph speed limit in Sydney, Australia.

Officers from the Liverpool Highway Patrol started to pursue the supercar shortly after 9pm on Sunday – but the driver sped away.

He then accelerated to an eyewatering 130mph before smashing into two cars at the intersection of Cowpasture Road and Green Valley Road, cops say.

The driver and passenger then tried to make off on foot before officers caught up with them, the Mail reports.

Police allege the driver then tried to assault an officer to avoid being arrested.

He was taken to hospital with minor injuries after being apprehended.

Pictures show the smashed-up state of the supercar – which has a top speed of 200mph.

The motorist has been charged with engaging in a police pursuit, assaulting police, resisting arrest and driving without a license.

It comes after dramatic footage showed the moment a £270k Lamborghini became engulfed in flames after a high-speed smash on the M62.

The luxury supercar burst into a fireball on the motorway as shocked drivers watched on.

Meanwhile, another clip showed how a driver ended up driving OVER a Lamborghini worth hundreds of thousands of pounds in a crash at a junction.

The £250k luxury supercar was involved in a spectacular collision that left another car resting on its bonnet in Leeds, West Yorks.

And cops were forced to close Tower Bridge in London when a supercar crashed and lost a wheel.

The £145,000 McLaren 570S hit the back of a van at the landmark, causing it to smash into the bridge railings.