STOMPer Little Food Steps found this calculation of the speed of the Ferrari involved in the fatal Rochor Road accident made by a Physics teacher. The conclusion is that it was speeding at about 140kmh when it crashed into the taxi.
The accident occurred when a Ferrari collided into a taxi last Saturday (May 12) at the junction of Rochor Road and Victoria Street. There have been three casualties so far -- the Ferrari driver, the taxi driver and his female passenger.
Said the STOMPer:
"I saw this on a blog at http://weelookang.blogspot.com/2012/05/what-evidence-of-speed-ferrari-was.html.
"The author did some simulations that indicated the Ferrari was possibly travelling at 140±30km/h at the point of impact.
"It seems pretty accurate, given that they managed to account for the depth perception effects and estimated the distances based on the width of the taxi, which is in roughly the same plane as the Ferrari at the point of impact.
"No offense intended to any of the victims, but I thought this may be of interest to Stompers who wish to estimate how fast the Ferrari was travelling.
Check out images 1 to 3 for the calculations by the Physics teacher in the gallery below. The rest of the pictures are of the Ferrari crash.