Driver of Porsche caught travelling at 190km/h on Camden Valley Way

A P-Plate driver was caught allegedly travelling nearly 190km/h in Leppington on Saturday morning. Picture: Traffic and Highway Patrol Command - NSW Police Force
A P-Plate driver was caught allegedly travelling nearly 190km/h in Leppington on Saturday morning. Picture: Traffic and Highway Patrol Command - NSW Police Force

A P-Plate driver will face court after he was caught allegedly travelling nearly 190km/h in Leppington on Saturday morning.

The 32-year-old man, driving a Porsche, has been charged with speeding and drink driving.

About 2.20am on Saturday, Macquarie Fields Highway Patrol officers were patrolling Camden Valley Way when they noticed a Porsche Cayenne allegedly travelling in excess of the 80km/h signposted area.

Police estimated the vehicle to be allegedly travelling between 180km/h and 190km/h.

When police stopped the car, the driver produced a provisional licence.

He was subjected to a breath test, which proved positive.

The man was arrested and taken to Eagle Vale Police Station, where he underwent a breath analysis returning a reading of 0.075.

He was charged with driving at a speed dangerous; exceeding the speed limit; using an unregistered vehicle; not displaying P-plates; and low range PCA (prescribed consumption of alcohol).

Police confiscated the man’s drivers licence and registration plates.

He was issued with a court attendance notice to appear in Campbelltown Local Court on July 9.

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