hit speeds of

hit speeds of (some amount)

To reach a certain speed. With a car like that, you could hit speeds of 100 miles per hour no problem. His slap shot can hit speeds of 80 miles per hour!
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hit speeds of

some amount Go to speeds of some amount.
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Khalil Jackson hit speeds of up to 70mph as he drove through amber lights, overtook motorists using the other side of the road and went around a roundabout the wrong way.
The driver hit speeds of 80mph in a 30mph zone whilst driving on the wrong side of a dual carriageway - and the wrong way around a roundabout.
A 39-year-old Aurora man, who was on the lam after a 2017 arrest on several sexual assault charges, was arrested Sunday morning after leading Kane County sheriff's deputies on a drunken chase that began in Hampshire and hit speeds of 94 mph along Randall Road, authorities said.
Gelali, 44, hit speeds of 100mph as he undertook other drivers and cut across lanes in his Porsche Panamera Platinum Edition, which can hit speeds of 160mph, as he drove along the M8 through Paisley.
Fearless Ronnie hit speeds of over 40mph to finish ninth against far older lads in the elite Bambino Kart Club Championships last year.
AN "erratic" driver who hit speeds of 85mph in a 30mph zone and drove on the wrong side of the road has been jailed.
A CAR hit speeds of over 100mph and drove on the wrong side of the road with its lights off during a police chase.
Carl Clayton, 24, drove "like a lunatic", according to a judge and hit speeds of almost 100mph in a 30mph zone, careering onto the wrong sides of the road and through traffic lights in his high-powered BMW 1 series.
In August, Bluebird - fitted with a new jet engine - hit speeds of around 150mph during successful tests and crew training on Loch Fad on the Isle of Bute in Scotland.
On average Vodafone hit speeds of 82 megabits per second - in line with some of the fastest possible 4G speeds available in the UK.
Using the fastest, most agile, lightweight racing planes, pilots hit speeds of 370 km/h while enduring forces of up to 10 G as they navigate a low-level slalom track marked by 25-meter-high, air-filled pylons.
Saudi General Authority for Meteorology and Environmental Protection explained that the storm will go on for a few more days, with southern winds to hit speeds of 55km/h.
Amongst them was teenage St Christopher's School pupil George Axtell who sat behind Smith as he hit speeds of 160mph and pulled wheelies.
He had also been involved in an earlier 10-mile police pursuit in December driving a Rover 25, which saw him hit speeds of 80mph in a 20mph area.