Police commissioner Stephen Bett says drivers should be able to go "flat out" and speed limits should be scrapped on motorways

Let good drivers go as fast as they can and scrap speed limits on motorways, says police tsar PCC Stephen Bett said people should drive to road conditionsHe said how fast people should be allowed to drive depended on the driverHe said: 'If you've got a Formula One racing driver, well you can go flat out'Guild of Experienced Motorists has described his comments as 'nonsense' By John Stevens PUBLISHED: 17:27 GMT, 23 April 2013 | UPDATED: 07:01 GMT, 24 April 2013 Norfolk PCC Stephen Bett has been criticised for declaring speed limits should be abolished and drivers should be able to go 'flat out' on some roads Speed limits on motorways and main roads should be scrapped and skilled drivers allowed to drive as fast they like, a police and crime commissioner has said. ‘We ought to drive to road conditions rather than set limits,’ said Stephen Bett, who is paid a salary of 70,000 as the independent PCC for Norfolk

Man City footballer Courtney Meppen-Walter facing jail for killing brother and sister in Mercedes crash

Man City youth footballer facing jail for killing a brother and sister after crashing his Mercedes into their car while speeding at nearly 60mph through a 30mph limitCourtney Meppen-Walter, 18, smashed into a car pulling out of a side roadKulwant Singh, 32, and his sister Ravel Kaur, 37, died in crashHer two sons Amjid and Parveen left in a serious condition but survivedFootballer faces up to 5 years in prison after admitting 2 driving charges By Martin Robinson PUBLISHED: 14:42 GMT, 7 February 2013 | UPDATED: 20:56 GMT, 7 February 2013 Court: Man City young player Courtney Meppen-Walter arrives at Magistrates Court in Manchester to admit charges of reckless and dangerous driving which caused the deaths of Kulwant and Ravel Kaur Singh A Manchester City footballer is facing up to five years in jail today for killing a brother and sister in a road crash while driving his Mercedes at almost 60mph in a 30mph zone. Courtney Meppen-Walter, 18, was arrested last September after his silver Elegance CDI car was travelling nearly twice the speed limit when it ploughed into a red Nissan Micra pulling out of a side street. The impact in Cheetham Hill, Manchester claimed the lives of Kulwant Singh, 32, who was driving the Micra and 37-year old sister Ravel Kaur who was a front seat passenger.

One of the first (and slowest) Ferraris ever built goes on sale for 750,000

Speed freaks look away: Unique Ferrari that could only reach 105mph goes up for sale for 750,000The 1950 Ferrari 166 Inter Coupe is the 37th Ferrari-made road car The car has a modest 2-litre V12 140bhp and a top speed of just 105mphSalesman John Collins describes it as a 'great investment' | UPDATED: 16:21 GMT, 19 December 2012 It may be a long held dream for many car enthusiasts' to put their foot down and hit top speed in a classic Ferrari. But here's one motor made by the Italian car manufacturer that's not for the speed freak

High Court judge Kuldip Singh QC accused of jumping red light tries to have case thrown out because it is "unfair and oppressive"

High Court judge accused of jumping red light tries to have case thrown out because it is 'unfair and oppressive' Kuldip Singh QC, 58, clocked doing 64mph in 30mph zone and jumping red light in his C-Class MercedesCase has already been listed seven times and had four hearingsSingh said the prosecution is 'oppressive' and should be dropped | UPDATED: 17:47 GMT, 6 December 2012 Accused: Kildup Singh, QC, was clocked going through a red light at speed 1.4 seconds after it had changed to stop A High Court judge accused of jumping a red light at more than double the speed limit is battling to have his case thrown out claiming it is 'oppressive'. Kuldip Singh QC, 58, was clocked racing through a central London junction at 64mph in his 3.2 litre C-Class Mercedes Benz a full 1.4 seconds after the light had turned red

Take it a bit easier in the gym: Too much exercise can wear out your heart

Take it a bit easier in the gym: Too much exercise can wear out your heartModerate, regular exercise is beneficial but it is possible to do too muchExercising intensely for more than an hour can cause heart tissue to stretchRunning between two and five times a week is better than going every dayAnd, marathons should not be a regular challenge, rather done occasionally | UPDATED: 23:37 GMT, 29 November 2012 While moderate exercise like jogging is good for you, too much is bad for your heart It is the news that couch potatoes have been waiting for: too much exercise is bad for your heart.