What do you do when your $1.5 million car is caught on video terrorizing a residential neighborhood, then you further piss everyone off by saying you have diplomatic immunity when you really don’t? Simple: you get the fuck outta Dodge.
Police officials in Beverly Hills investigating the LaFerrari and Porsche 911 GT3 drivers who tore through a neighborhood at excessive speeds say that the parties involved do not have actually have diplomatic immunity like they claimed.
You’ve probably seen the viral video where a LaFerrari and a white Porsche 911 GT3 blast through residential streets in Beverly Hills, scraping their bumpers, blowing past stop signs and grenading one of their engines. And you may have wondered, “Where are the cops in all of this?”
We're not sure if McLaren is bringing a 1,000 horsepower F1-successor to Pebble Beach, but Bugatti isn't taking any chances. Bugatti of Beverly Hills has ordered up a custom 1,200 horsepower Grand Sport Vitesse to show off at the Concours d'Elegance.
Georges Marciano had everything. The cofounder of Guess? Jeans enjoyed all the things that come with the glamorous life of high-margin clothing sales: a huge Beverly Hills Mansion and a bunch of supercars lining the driveway.
A chatty yet anonymous Jalopnik reader caught this mini-parade of taped-up Porsches (including a facelifted Boxster) running through the streets of Beverly Hills. Is the 991 (or 998 depending on who you talk to) getting some botox?
The rally was originally supposed to end at The Grove, one of the tonier open-air shopping areas in Los Angeles. However, at the last minute, mall authorities reneged on the deal, as they'd been doing some research on the Internets and decided that the Bullrun wasn't a "family-friendly" event. During the drivers'…