17 people have been injured after a high speed crash at a auto meet-up in the United Kingdom, according to police in Hertfordshire.
In a statement, Assistant Chief Constable Nathan Briant said the pair had been interviewed as part of the force's ongoing investigation.
Mr Sidhu said organisers urged people not to go out on roads, but some "went a bit rogue".
The crash, which happened on Monkswood Way at about 9.45pm on Thursday, involved two cars.
Last night's incident follows years of wrangling between residents and members of Cruise-Herts over the legality of the modified vehicle club's weekly meet-ups.
"We are devastated. I've been running this for 10 years and we have never had one incident".
"There were a number of people in the area at the time and 14 people are presently being treated for injuries, some of which are serious", a police spokesperson said.
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They were also raising money for charity and Thursday's event was dedicated to 4Louis, who provide equipment and training free of charge to hospital units, hospices and other professionals who "sadly have the job of comforting grieving families who suffer a miscarriage, stillbirth, neonatal or child death".
He described witnessing the Toyota vehicle "recklessly do a donut manoeuvre" before pulling out of a auto park on to the main road and being hit by the Nissan which was travelling at speed.
Social media reports suggest the incident happened during a auto meet event.
One organiser described the crash as "horrific" and a "nightmare".
"I'm thankful that nobody died".
The East of England Ambulance Service said 12 of the injured were taken to three hospitals in Stevenage, Watford, and Harlow.
A group called Cruise-Herts had said it was holding a cruise event where people gather to look at modified cars.