Two supercar drivers who crashed into each other after allegedly adopting ‘racing style’ behaviour will not be going to jail.
The collision on the Tinsley roundabout in Sheffield on May 20 last year involved a grey Ferrari 458, costing up to £200,000, and a red Porsche 911, worth around £100,000.
The Porsche driver, Henry James Hibbs, 27, suffered minor injuries in the crash that happened at around 7.55pm, while the Ferrari driver, 32-year-old Carl Hartley, from Swadlincote, Derbyshire, fled from the scene prior to a police officer’s arrival.
Witnesses told police the two men had been adopting ‘racing style’ behaviour in the lead-up to the crash.
GW: Thank goodness no-one else was involved. There is so much of this behaviour these days. Who cares about others – All that matters is self gratification!