Ferrari will remain impounded for 60 days after West Van driver clocked at 210 kilometres per hour

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      A speedy Ferrari 458 will not be back on Lower Mainland roads for two months.

      That's because the superintendent of motor vehicles has extended the impoundment period from seven days.

      This came after West Vancouver police concluded that the 22-year-old driver was travelling at 210 kilometres per hour over the Lions Gate Bridge.

      The unnamed resident of West Vancouver was stopped on the north end of the bridge on Tuesday morning.

      According to a West Vancouver police news release, the department "will provide supplemental reports" to the superintendent, who may decide to impose a driving ban on the motorist.

      This would be in addition to penalties that could be imposed under the Motor Vehicle Act. The driver has been charged with driving with excessive speed and driving without due care and attention.

      The same officer has busted the same driver for speeding in the past.

      "The posted speed limit on Lions Gate Bridge is 60 kilometers per hour, dropping to 50 kilometers per hour as northbound drivers enter the bridge plaza area and off-ramps," West Vancouver police stated.

      The Ferrari is one of 95 vehicles impounded by West Vancouver police this year.