Police caught a Porsche 911 zooming along the A50 in Staffordshire at 114mph as part of a clampdown on speeding.
Throughout May, Staffordshire Police have been running Operation Lightning to support a national campaign focusing on speeding motorists in a bid to reduce the number of deaths and casualties on the roads.
Officers have been out in force today as part of the campaign and have made a number of stops across the county.
One of the day’s worst offenders was the driver of a white Porsche 911, seen excessively speeding near Uttoxeter.
A member of Staffordshire Police’s Road Policing Unit said: “Just intercepted this Porsche 911 travelling at 114mph along the A50, Uttoxeter.
“Driver will be reported to court.”
Elsewhere in the Staffordshire Moorlands, police stopped too young drivers racing each other at more than 70mph in a 50mph zone.
The road policing unit tweeted: “Both cars stopped after racing together at more than 70mph in a 50mph area. Both young inexperienced drivers. Potentially life-takers if they make a mistake.”
Special constables were also out in Longton, where they warned a man about driving his car in a manner which could cause ‘alarm, distress or annoyance’.
One special constable tweeted: “Earlier today the Longton Specials issued a Section 59 notice to a male regarding his manner of driving around residential streets at speed without consideration.
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“Vehicle stopped with the help of the police dog unit and Stoke-on-Trent City Council CCTV colleagues!”