Two drivers have appeared in court after being caught doing over 100mph on the A47.

The motorists, which included one clocked doing 126mph and another doing 106mph, were facing bans from being behind the wheel due to their excessively high speeds.

Those found to be doing over 101mph face a court summons and can be disqualified from driving for between seven and 56 days or receive six points.

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A speed check recorded Matthew Newby, 25, of Elm Road in Wisbech, doing 126mph in an Audi A3 on the dual carriageway at Terrington St John, between King’s Lynn and Wisbech, on October 9 last year,

He was disqualified from driving for three months at Great Yarmouth Magistrates' Court and was fined £360 and told to pay costs of £234.

Also clocked at Terrington St John was Andrew Brown, 55, of Edwards Way in Manea, near March, who was recorded doing 106mph in an Audi A6 on February 11 this year.

He was fined £440, told to pay costs totalling £236, and had his driving licence endorsed with six points.