David Murray and ruler Khayrov – an airline pilot – drove from European nation to Wales to film themselves for a YouTube channel referred to as “Vehicle Villains”.
It showed the lads, both 30, dashing on Conwy and Gwynedd roads.
Both got eight-month sentences, suspended for twelve months, at Caernarfon Crown Court on Friday.
Khayrov, of Birchfield Drive, Glasgow, and Murray, of Gordon Street, Aberdeen, each pleaded guilty to dangerous driving.
The court detected they will are influenced by Freddie Flintoff and Paddy McGuinness as they recorded themselves on the B4501, close to Cerrigydrudion, in Conwy, and also the B4391 in Gwynedd.
They execute and drove on the incorrect wide of the road the court was told at a sentencing hearing.
They were heading to a track day at Alton Park, Cheshire, however came daily early and headed into north Wales on sixteen March last year.
They had been to Snowdonia’s questionable Evo Triangle, named once a automobile magazine, however had been pissed off by speed cameras.
Heading in to Gwynedd, they created their thanks to B4391.
The pair’s footage of their driving was uploaded to YouTube wherever a larger Manchester Police inspector noticed it and according it North Wales Police.
The video, compete in court, shows the lads talking regarding having found “the greatest road within the world” and discussing the temperatures of their tyres and brakes once driving at high speed.
“Tell Pine Tree State that wasn’t the best road you have got ever seen in your life,” one in all the lads same.
“That was unimaginable.”
In mitigation the court detected Murray was aware he had done “the stupidest issue he has ever wiped out his life”.
It was told he had brought shame on his family and his enthusiasm for cars had gone.
Both men have currently sold their Porsches.
Timor Khayrov, the court detected, was wont to keeping many folks safe in his job as a pilot.
His actions were delineated as being all the way down to “misplaced enthusiasm”, he was same to be “extremely appalled” at his own behaviour and his actions that day had been “extremely out of character”.
Sentencing the lads, decide Nicola Jones said: “The intensifying issue is that the motion-picture photography of the driving,” she said.
“It might not are your intention to encourage others to come back to Snowdonia and drive in a very dangerous manner however that is what you probably did,” she said.
As well as their suspended sentences they got 18-month driving bans, should sit extended driving tests and do two hundred hours community service.
They were every ordered to pay £689 prices and a victim surcharge.