Police clocked a motorist travelling through Norwich at 133mph - the fastest speed recorded on Norfolk’s speed cameras during the last two years.

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The offender was driving a BMW 730D sport auto car in Mile Cross Lane, which has a 40mph limit. The driver was caught by a mobile camera and prosecuted in court for the offence, which took place during 2011/12.

The highest speed recorded on a fixed camera during 2011/12, according to Norfolk Police’s figures, was by a Kawasaki ZX600 motorbike. It was caught travelling at 128mph on the A47 at West Walton.

In 2010/11, the fastest speed clocked by a fixed camera was 112mph in Mile Cross Lane, Norwich, by a stolen Yamaha YZF 1,000R motorbike, while a mobile camera recorded a Vauxhall Corsa SXI travelling at 93mph on the A148 at Little Snoring.

2 comments

  • A 730d is a luxury barge its about as close to a sports car as a vauxhall vectra . Thats still shifting though

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    david106

    Monday, August 20, 2012

  • a sport "auto car"....which century was this article written in??

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    merrydancer

    Saturday, August 18, 2012

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