Nick Hogan might have finally learned - the very hard way - what being a bad driver can result in.
In the first incident - on Sept. 17, 2006 - Nick was pulled over for doing 115 mph in a 70 mph zone. For his second offense, Hogan was clocked doing 57 in a 30. Finally, the little Hulkster was clocked doing 106 in a 70.
Those are all faster than how quickly we turn our head any time his sister, Brooke Hogan, wears chaps.
Meanwhile, the man whose real name is Nick Bollea is speaking out for the first time since his car crash Sunday, asking people to "focus your prayers" on his 22-year-old passenger, John Graziano, who remains hospitalized.
In a post on his MySpace page, the 17-year-old son of Hulk Hogan said: "I want to thank everyone who has sent their support to me. Right now I would like to ask all of you to focus your prayers on my friend John."
As People magazine reports, Hogan was released from St. Petersburg's Bayfront Medical Center after Sunday's crash, in which the reality star's Toyota Supra careened off the road, striking a 25-ft.-tall palm tree. No charges have been filed, but police say the case remains under investigation and Hogan was traveling at an "excessive speed" at the time of the crash.
Graziano, a Marine just back from Iraq, was listed in critical condition.