Bentley driver cleared of racing with stranger who killed young brothers

A Bentley driver accused of taking part in a high-speed road race has been cleared of causing the deaths of two young brothers by dangerous driving. Hamza Shahid had denied racing at 72mph with an Audi which reached 92mph before crashing into a BMW at traffic lights, killing Pawanveer Singh, 23 months, and his 10-year-old brother Sanjay. The driver of the Audi, Mohammed Sullaiman Khan, 27, pleaded guilty to two counts of causing death by dangerous driving before Shahid’s trial at Wolverhampton Crown Court.