GM Engineers Arrested For 100-MPH Corvette Joyrides

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(Bowling Green, KY) - Two General Motors engineers are facing charges in Kentucky after being caught going over 100-miles-per-hour each in brand new Corvettes.

 

Automobile Magazine reports Alexander Thim was clocked at 120 miles an hour, while Mark Derkhatz is accused of going 100, with both caught doing that in a 45-mile-per-hour zone. 

The two were visiting the Bowling Green plant, which is the only location where General Motors builds the Corvette. GM officials say they're investigating.

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