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The driver of a Lamborghini that hit and killed teenager Sophia Naismith outside an Adelaide restaurant in June 2019 has pleaded not guilty to dangerous driving.
Alexander Campbell was driving the Lamborghini Huracan when he struck the 15-year-old and her friend Jordan Callea.
He was charged with causing death and serious injury by dangerous driving.
The two girls were hiton June 22, 2019.
Both were treated by paramedics but Ms Naismith, of Seaview Downs, died at the scene while Ms Callea, a 15-year-old from Richmond, was rushed to the Flinders Medical Centre.
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Mr Campbell's lawyer Craig Caldicott had previously indicated his client intended to plead not guilty.
Mr Campbell showed no emotion as he entered a not guilty plea in the Adelaide Magistrates Court this afternoon.
In court, Mr Campbell's lawyer Craig Caldicott argued his client's charges should be downgraded.
He said Mr Campbell was driving safely, travelling at 53 kilometres per hour in a 60kph zone.
But prosecutor Tim Preston said there was evidence to support the dangerous driving charge.
Committal court hearings have focused on the type of tyres used by the car, and the driving mode it was in at the time of the crash.
In December, a former Supercar driver called to give expert evidence about the Lamborghini involved in the fatal crash told the court the car would not just turn sideways and leave the road "without significant driver input".
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Former Supercar driver and Bathurst winner Luke Youlden said while he had only seen photos of the crash, he had experience driving the Huracan model.
Mr Youlden told the court the car could be driven in three modes, and he believed the one involved in the crash may have been driven in a setting other than street mode.
"Cars do not just turn sideways and leave the road without any significant driver input," he said.
"You can't be just cruising down the road at 60 or 80 kilometres and all of a sudden the car just turns left or right."
SA Police crash expert Mark Fulcher, who was tasked with investigating the collision, also gave evidence at the same December hearing.
He told the court it had not been possible to determine the speed of the car Mr Campbell was driving at the time of the incident.
"We do have a key that we can access the data with," he told the court.
But he said the data chip inside the car, which could have revealed details about what happened in the moments leading up to the collision, was not on.
Mr Campbell will reappear in court in May.
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