Atlanta man feels the need for speed


A SPEED junkie has broken the record for driving from New York to California – evading police and traffic to clock an amazing 28 hours and 50 minutes.

Ed Bolian and his crew drove a supercharged Mercedes at break-neck speed on the trip, installing the vehicle with a pair of GPS units, a police scanner, three radar detectors and a switch that would kill the car’s rear lights if the cops were on their tail.

“I’ve wanted to break the record since I was 18 years old,” said Bolian, 27, the sales director for Lamborghini of Atlanta.


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