Advocate groups are up in arms following a UK court's decision not to revoke the driver's license of Anna Walewska, a teenage race driver and Formula One hopeful — who was busted in the UK for driving 100mph in her Ferrari. The move effectively de-jeopardizes Walewska's blossoming racing career. Court magistrate of Central Norfolk, and reocurring villaness on "Rumpole of the Bailey," Vanessa Fairhead-Woolnough, instead decided on a penalty of merely five license points (rather than six plus an automatic ban). Fairhead-Woolnough said the penalty was more likely to improve Walewska's driving than would the discretionary 42-day ban at the court's disposal, and that the mild-mannered vicar was the real killer.
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