'02 WRX vs. Late Model Ford Crown Vic Police Interceptor
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This is a discussion on '02 WRX vs. Late Model Ford Crown Vic Police Interceptor within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; A little background: Up here in Ontario, Canada we have this awesome new law where if you are caught going ...

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    '02 WRX vs. Late Model Ford Crown Vic Police Interceptor

    A little background: Up here in Ontario, Canada we have this awesome new law where if you are caught going 50km/h over the speed limit you are charged with street racing, without a trial, and they take yr car and license for a week and top it off with a huge fine to get it back. Don't ask how such a law was passed, just know it was!

    The Race: I was driving home from a friends place, it was snowing pretty good, nothing major though. I encoutered some people who didnt have AWD or snow tires and were driving very slowly, so naturally I passed 'em. While working on a line of 5 or 6 cars, I see those classic flashing lights illuminate behind me. I looked down at the speedo, 135km/h, in an 80km/h zone. I figure if this a--hole was going to charge me with street racing, then a race he would get! I blasted down the highway and piggy didnt back down, it was on! Those cop cars are a lot faster in a straight line than I gave them credit for... he was gaining on me. Once I turned onto a concession and started to accelerate again, I got ahead of him by a bit. He was starting to regain the ground he had lost when we hit the windy-twisty shore road. I know the road like the back of my hand and was just putting on a drifting clinic! It wasn't too long before I looked in the rear view saw some flashing lights dart across a corner and dissapear into a cloud of snow in the vicinity of the ditch. Chalk up another one for the good guys!
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    I think I saw a thread somewhere in here complaining about why the wrx's insurance was sooo high....

    well, this thread is the very answer to that. lol
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    He's in Canada.... Insurance rates are not affected outside the country from what I have been told. Is that right ?
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    I'd love to let this go on as I'm sure the vast majority of this community wouldnt "chalk one up for the good guys".

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