SINGAPORE - The driver of the Ferrari involved in the horrific crash in May was speeding at 178kmh before smashing into a taxi at Rochor Road.
This is almost three times the speed limit of 60kmh set at that stretch of road.
The Ferrari's speed was determined from three videos that were shown today at the coroner's inquiry into the accident which left three people dead.
Those killed include driver of the Ferrari Ma Chi, a Chinese national who was working as a financial advisor here in Singapore, taxi driver Cheng Teck Hock, 52, and the taxi's passenger, a Japanese female passenger in her 40s.
A motorcyclist and a female passenger in the Ferrari were also injured.
One of the videos that were played in court today was taken via a video recorder installed in the Ferrari. It showed the supercar speeding towards the junction of Victoria Street and Rochor Road. This is despite the traffic lights turning red, reported a local broadcaster.
The ComfortDelgro taxi then appeared on screen from the right.
Both Ma Chi and the woman passenger had seat belts on, the court heard.