A Sydney man was allegedly driving at more than double the speed limit in a Lamborghini on one of the eastern suburb’s busiest roads last month, a court has heard.
Daniel Tigerr Evans’s license was suspended after police caught up with him on October 20, having allegedly clocked up 170km/h in an 80 zone on Syd Enfield Drive, Bondi Junction.
Mr Evans, 27, did not appear at Waverley Local Court when his matter was briefly mentioned on Wednesday.
His lawyer asked for a month-long adjournment to take further instructions with his client facing charges of driving more than 45km/h over the speed limit an dangerous driving.
Court documents allege the Sylvania man was driving a grey Lamborghini LP610-4 Huracan – with the number plate TIG3RR – at high speeds between 6.17 and 6.20pm on Tuesday, October 20.
Police will allege in court officers attempted to stop the vehicle when it accelerated and changed lanes, forcing another vehicle to take evasive action to avoid a collision, before coming to a stop on Oxford Street.
Mr Evans was issued with a court attendance notice for November 18.
He will next appear in court on December 16, when a plea is expected to be entered.