That's how fast Ferrari driver Ma Chi, 31, was going when he crashed then died at the junction of Victoria Street and Rochor Road in the early hours of 12 May, reported local media.
During a coroner's court hearing on Wednesday morning, a speed camera on his car showed he was going three times the speed limit.
Earlier reports from the Health Science Authority showed the 32-year-old China national was not intoxicated at the time of his fatal crash. The report showed that analyses of Ma’s blood and urine did not detect any traces of alcohol or controlled substances.
However, it has been revealed that chlorpheniramine, an anti-histamine used to treat allergic symptoms such as sneezing, was detected in Ma’s urine sample, Channel NewsAsia reported Wednesday.
Witnesses were also shown three video clips from different angles showing what happened before the fatal crash that killed taxi driver Cheng Teck Hock and his passenger Ito Shigemi. A motorcyclist and a female passenger in Ma’s car escaped with injuries.
Ma was a financial investor from Sichuan, China and relocated to Singapore with his wife, He Ting Ting, 28, and child four years ago.
He left behind his wife Ting and two young daughters and an estate worth S$8.1million, half of which will go to his wife and the remainder to be split equally among his children.
He and Ma’s mother, Ma Xiao Ling, took the insurer of Ma’s Ferrari AXA Singapore to court after the company said in August that they intend to withdraw coverage for the deadly crash. AXA said the collision was not regarded an accident under its policies, highlighting that Ma had driven at an “extremely excessive speed”.
AXA Singapore has been asked to expedite payments.
The case continues on Friday.
Watch a video of the crash below.