A video clip has gone viral with a sad message and a reminder of the danger of speeding on public roads - showing a young big biker accelerating to 264 kilometres per hour just before failing to take a curve in Phetchabun province on Sunday.
On any road in the world, I'd say. 264km/h is insanely fast, at least 100km/h faster than what would already have been a potential fatally high speed. There are no public roads in the world where such speeds can be done without endangering your life or that of others around you - not to mention most roads usually have way too much traffic, to safely travel anywhere near such a speed. And no, Germany's autobahns don't count - the max. speed one could hope to reach there, if you find a section without too much traffic would be about 200km/h and then probably only for a few seconds. Most of the fast traffic there moves at between 140-180km/h when there's no traffic and no speed restrictions, but otherwise 100-130km/h or less.