"The faster you go, the faster they're going to go," he said.
No lives should be placed at risk, he said.
"It's not like they were trying to mug him, trying to kill him. They're trying to take a picture," Zine said.
Zine compared Friday's scene to the paparazzi chase in Paris that ended with the crash that killed Britain's Princess Diana 15 years ago.
"This is a tragedy waiting to happen," he said "It will happen unless he is somehow restricted in his driving habits."