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I can not believe someone walked away from this.







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40-year-old businessman Pitak Riangsima who owns a US-based networking marketing company crashed his Lamborghini Gallardo while travelling at a speed of 93 mph (150 km/h) in heavy rain. Even though the Gallardo has an AWD system, driving at such a high speed on a soaking wet road is never a good idea as it can lead to this, a heavy crash.

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^ yup
 
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You would think someone who runs a networking marketing company, would know not to speed in bad weather.
 

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Just curious. Why the ban looking at previous posts it looks like op just posted pics of the event and said how it saved the guys life... Is that a no no? Just wondering.... Maybe there were other posts that were removed I didn't see....
 

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Just curious. Why the ban looking at previous posts it looks like op just posted pics of the event and said how it saved the guys life... Is that a no no? Just wondering.... Maybe there were other posts that were removed I didn't see....
He was banned because all he did was spam the forum with useless content from his own website
 

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You would think someone who runs a networking marketing company, would know not to speed in bad weather.
Why? I don't believe "Not driving like an idiot" is covered in any marketing courses that I know of. Also being successful hardly disqualifies someone from being stupid.
 

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Why? I don't believe "Not driving like an idiot" is covered in any marketing courses that I know of. Also being successful hardly disqualifies someone from being stupid.
Yeah guess you're right. Knowing not to speed in bad weather is common sense.
 
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