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Footage of what appears to be a Formula 2 Ferrari driving down a motorway in the Czech Republic has emerged online. Check it out below:
The car was filmed driving down the two-lane D4 motorway, which connects capital city Prague to neighbouring Germany.
It's currently illegal to drive vehicles of that nature in the Czech Republic and police have previously investigated a similar incident which occurred in 2019.
Other drivers on the road have filmed the vehicle this past week, with one sharing a video with iDNES.cz which showed the racing car zooming to overtake other drivers.
F2 cars can reach top speeds of up to 200mph and their banning from roads makes complete sense.
iDNES reports the same car was spotted on the D4 highway between Pribram and Dobris.
Police asked for members of the public to help track down the alleged driver as he was under suspicion of violating traffic laws.
Authorities managed to track the man down but denied the charges while managing to escape a fine and potential one-year driving ban.
The suspect was represented by the Drivers' Protection Society, who pointed out the police failed to stop the vehicle and identify the driver.
As the driver was wearing a helmet while commanding the vehicle, police found it tricky to determine who was behind the wheel.
It's unknown if police are pursuing another investigation for the most recent incident.