A 25-year-old motorist was clocked exceeding a motorway speed limit by 95 km/h in Alicante Province.
Guardia Civil radar guns hit the top of their scale when his high-end car whizzed by their patrol on the AP-7 in Agost.
The vehicle roared to 215 km/h where the speed limit is 120 km/h per hour.
The Spaniard faces a variety of sanctions including penalty points, a fine, community service, and a driving ban of up to four years.
The Guardia Civil pointed out that keeping to speed limits reduces the number of accidents.
It cuts down possible injuries in case of a crash and allows more thinking time for drivers to judge unexpected situations on roads.
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