hit speeds of

hit speeds of

some amount Go to speeds of some amount.
See also: hit, of, speed
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The Veyron, which costs more than pounds 800,000, can hit speeds of 250mph and goes from 0-60mph in 2.
The 31-year-old has been banned after his Merc hit speeds of between 103 and 130mph.
The three-year-old, called Jack, hit speeds of up to 40mph in training but was handed to a dogs' home by his baffled owner after performing poorly in competition.
The paper revealed that Sarah even caught the bait she was chasing as she hit speeds of 60mph at the special course near Cincinnati.
Trading Standards officer David Morton said yesterday the adapted inline roller blades could hit speeds of up to 20mph.
In March, the second X-43 hit speeds of about 5,000 mph, providing data that researchers said will take months to fully analyze.
Birmingham Mail SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2011 Judge Michael Challinor told Harkamaljit Hayer he could easily have killed or injured someone as he hit speeds of up to 80mph while speeding through West Bromwich and Smethwick Hayer, of Dorrington Road, Perry Barr, admitted aggravated vehicle taking, driving dangerously, while disqualified and without insurance at Wolverhampton Crown Court.
According to a report in the Telegraph, Pedro hit speeds of 70mph in his freefall down the Salto Belo falls into the waters of the Rio Sacre, a tributary of the Amazon in Brazil.
Jason Howard, 35, hit speeds of at least 37kph before he careered into student Rhiannon Bennett, 17.
FLASHY: The two-seater Ale can hit speeds of 140mph SOLENT NEWS & PHOTO AGENCY; STAR CAR: Del, Rodney and Albert with their Reliant
Dean Jones, aged 19, fitted a plastic siren to his dad's Volkswagen and hit speeds of up to 60mph as he dodged between traffic in Bridle Lane, Streetly.
Will Shropshire, 24, escaped with bruises to his leg after the loco hit speeds of up to 50mph.
The Newcastle star was banned for just 42 days - despite police claiming he had hit speeds of up to 132mph in his Porsche 911.
SANTA CLARITA - A speeding motorcyclist was arrested Sunday afternoon after leading California Highway Patrol officers on a pursuit that ran about 80 miles and hit speeds of more than 120 mph, a spokeswoman said Monday.
Kamran Khan, of Barker Street, Oldbury, hit speeds of 71mph in a 30mph zone and drove to the right of keep left bollards in a busy built up area as he tried to shake off the patrol car, Wolverhampton Crown Court heard.