Four men fined after they were clocked going 195km/h on Thunderbolts Way

BUSTED: Police clocked these sports cars travelling at 195km/h on Thunderbolts Ways near Walcha on Sunday. Photo: NSW Police
BUSTED: Police clocked these sports cars travelling at 195km/h on Thunderbolts Ways near Walcha on Sunday. Photo: NSW Police

FOUR men had their driving licences torn-up after they were busted speeding on Thunderbolts Way.

Highway patrol clocked four high performance European sports cars on mobile radar to be travelling at 190 kilometres per hour in a 100 zone on the highway near Walcha.

All four vehicles were stopped and issued each a penalty notice for exceeding the speed limit by more that 45 kilometres per hour.

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Each driver was fined $2345 and had their licences suspended for six months as well as a loss of six demerit points.

The bust was part of operation west force.

The four men are all from Cammeray and Gordon in northern Sydney, including a 47-year-old driving a Porsche Macan wagon, a 28-year-old driving a BMW M4 sedan, a 30-year-old driving Lamborghini coupe and a 30-year-old male also driving Lamborghini coupe.

This story Police clock four men driving 195km/h near Walcha first appeared on The Northern Daily Leader.

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