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Thammasat law professor insists Red Bull scion’s case can still be revived

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13 minutes ago, klauskunkel said:

Yup. How about Akarakit "Benz Racing" Worarojcharoendet? I think he is out on bail again thanks to his Mom again...

 

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Who is his mum?

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He appealed to automotive experts to come forward to prove beyond doubt the speed of the sports car, being driven by Vorayuth, at the time of the tragedy.
 

Get the data from the incident data recorder. Any investigator worth his weight in cow dung would have done this immediately. Interpretation of the data is a different story!

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It’s time that every vehicle was built with an inbuilt camera that comes on automatically when the vehicle is being driven and such is the design that it cannot be switched off until the engine shuts down.

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They could have gotten data from the Ferrari's multiple ECU's. But the Ferrari franchise in Thailand is owned by the Yoovidhyas?

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2 hours ago, rooster59 said:

He appealed to automotive experts to come forward to prove beyond doubt the speed of the sports car, being driven by Vorayuth, at the time of the tragedy.

Ferrari expert ?  are they not the EXCLUSIVE FERRARI importer for thailand ???

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Founded in 2009, Cavallino Motors is a 100-million-baht joint venture between the Yoovidhya and Bhirombhakdi families.

Chalerm Yoovidhya, chairman and chief executive of Siam Winery and Red Bull UK, controls a 51% stake, with the rest owned by Vudha Bhirombhakdi, vice-chairman of Boonrawd Brewery and chairman of Bangkok Glass Co.

Mr Chalerm is president of Cavallino Group while Mr Vudha is the group chairman.

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