This sounds ridiculously stressful: Frank Lecerf was driving his car adapted for the disabled in France when it got stuck at 60MPH. He tried to brake. The car accelerated. He tried to brake again. It kept getting faster. Finally, the car ended up stuck, zooming along at 125MPH, and there was no way to stop it. Lecerf drove for over an hour at 125MPH and somehow didn't even get into an accident.
Lecerf was just making a regular ol' trip to the market in his Renault Laguna when this all happened, and by the end of the longest (and fastest) hour of his life, he found himself on the border of Belgium, 125 miles away from his home (in Pont-de-Metz, France). Lecerf miraculously avoided killing anyone because he had the light-bulb smarts to alert the police who quickly sent out police cars to accompany him and alerted toll booths to keep their gates open.
Renault actually had a technician online with Lecerf while he was speeding, but they weren't able to stop the car. The frightening one man car race ended when Lecerf managed to safely swerve his car into a ditch as it ran out of gas. In retrospect, it must've been pretty damn fun. [Guardian, Le Courrier Picard]
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