An employee from a multinational bank in Gurugram was killed after his speeding superbike rammed into a truck near Delhi on Sunday morning, August 12. The rider succumbed to injuries while he was being taken to the hospital.
The 25-year-old man identified as Sanchit Oberoi was riding Suzuki Hayabusa on the Kundli-Manesar-Palwal (KMP) expressway when the mishap took place. Sanchit was riding at a speed of at least 200 kmph with a group of superbike enthusiasts, the police said.
His superbike, Suzuki Hayabusa, is considered to be one of the fastest bikes in the world capable of reaching a top speed of over 300kmph.
"According to one of his friends, Oberoi was speeding and lost control of his motorcycle and rammed into a truck-trailer which was travelling in the same direction," head constable Satish Kumar was quoted as saying by Hindustan Times.
After the impact, the truck driver had fled the spot. The police have now registered a case against the driver.
The photos recently uploaded by Sanchit on his Facebook profile also shows him doing a wheelie on his bike. The wide, smooth roads in and around Gurgaon witness a lot of superbike owners, who aren't properly trained or experienced, testing the speed limits of their powerful bikes.