well there will be no sympathy here from me....... on this one ......usually....... cunts like this can afford to smash up a porsche.........this is probably one of these 50 something fathers ........ who is going through his second teenage stage .....you know........ the one he missed out on....... and i bet.....he was dressed like fast and furious mother fucker ........you know these guys they hit 50 ........and get into that bachelor phase........and buy a sports car thinking they are vin diesel.......that's gonna cost him .........
An “impatient” Porsche driver crashed while showing off his new car to his teenage son, a court heard.
Jason Zibarras, 50, wanted to show his son how fast his £80,000 Porsche Taycan could go when he overtook on the crest of a hill near Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire.
He was jailed for 18 months after accelerating from 48mph to 84mph and ploughing into two vehicles travelling in the opposite direction.
Steven Askew, 35, was left with mobility problems and memory loss after being hit by Zibarras while driving home with his 10-month-old son.
Zibarras admitted causing serious injury by dangerous driving and has also been banned from driving for three years.
Judge John Bate-Williams, sentencing, told Zibarras: “It was a bad mistake, a very bad mistake. Mr Askew has suffered devastating effects on his life.
“It was born out of, in my view, your impatience and your desire to show the speed of your new car to your son.”
The court heard that Mr Askew had celebrated his baby son’s first Christmas in the new home he’d bought with his wife just weeks before the crash, on Jan 26 last year.
He was rushed to hospital after the collision, and suffered a broken collarbone, shin, arm, foot, and had two bleeds on his brain.
Mr Askew told the court: “I was dismissed from the hospital just in time to see my son walk for the first time and to celebrate his first birthday.
“I’m now struggling with what feels like a slower mind and have short-term memory issues.”
Zibarras accelerated to race past two cars on double white lines on the A3400 and ploughed into Mr Askew’s Volvo v50 and a Renault Capture moments after passing the second car.
Data from the Porsche showed Zibarras accelerated from 48mph to 84mph in just five seconds moments before colliding with Mr Askew.
Nigel Ogbourne, prosecuting, said the father-of-three from Oxford Road, Enstone, was familiar with the road and “must have known” not to overtake.
Richard Dawson, defending, described Zibarras as “deeply ashamed”, and added: “There really is no sentence this court can impose that would be a greater punishment than the torment he already places on himself.”
Pc Mark Jones, of the Joint Operations Roads Policing Unit at Thames Valley Police, said: “The victims’ lives and those of their families have been tipped upside down due to Jason Zibarras deciding to drive so dangerously.
“I would like to thank all the witnesses who have assisted this investigation and who are still affected by what they encountered at the scene.
“I hope this sentence serves as a reminder to people who chose to drive in such a