Those 13 Vancouver youths who were caught speeding in $2 million worth of supercars last week won't face criminal charges — but the mounties will still move to seize five of their cars, even though they lack evidence for tougher punishments.
The teen drivers arrested for racing 13 supercars worth $2 million in Vancouver this week — in what we've dubbed the "rich kid street race" — face just a small fine and suspended licenses. But Canadian authorities may have a far tougher punishment coming — seizing and selling their rides.
How are 13 drivers in Canada with enough money to pilot a $2 million collection of supercars dumb enough to go street racing in broad daylight on a work day? The answer: They were just clowning around after high school.