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Police can hardly get convicted
Police and municipalities are in their stomach with drivers of souped-up cars and motorcycles that use the public road as a race track. Street racing is a scourge that remains difficult to control. Numbers are not specifically kept and it is legally difficult to convict road pirates for reckless driving, while the list of victims who died in illegal races is growing longer and longer. Robert Balkestein knows from his own experience how high the price is that innocent people have to pay for speed kicks.