FOUR drivers in luxury sports cars had their licences confiscated after they were busted doing almost double the speed limit on a NSW country highway.
Highway patrol clocked them on mobile radar travelling at 195 kilometres per hour in a 100 zone on the highway near Walcha.
A 47-year-old male was behind the wheel of a Porsche Macan wagon, a 28-year-old was driving a BMW M4 sedan, a 30-year-old was driving a Lamborghini coupe and another 30-year-old was also in a Lamborghini.
All four vehicles were stopped and each driver issued with a penalty notice for exceeding the speed limit by more that 45 kilometres per hour.
The drivers were fined $2345 apiece and had their licences suspended for six months and all were stripped of six demerit points after being pulled over on Thunderbolts Way on Sunday morning as part of a police operation called West Force.
The men came from Cammeray and Gordon in Sydney, which is more than 400km south of Walcha.
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