Two men will face court next month after they were busted speeding down the Hume Highway up to 105 kilometres an hour over the limit, in two separate incidents over the weekend.
Just after midnight on Monday morning, a 26-year-old international licence holder was clocked doing 215km/h in a 110km/h zone near Goulburn.
Police from the Goulburn Highway Patrol stopped the car, which was registered in Victoria, and spoke to the driver.
He was issued an infringement for breaking the speed limit by more than 45km/h and his visiting driving privileges in NSW were immediately suspended.
The man will appear before Goulburn Local Court next month.
On Sunday, a 23-year-old man was busted speeding down the Federal Highway at 185 km/h.
The driver was pulled over by NSW Police near Collector at 12.56pm and produced a P1 provisional licence which reduces his maximum speed limit to 90km/h.
He was issued an infringement for an over 45km/h offence and received a six-month suspension beginning immediately.
A friend of the driver attended and collected him. The vehicle not confiscated due to the driver not being the registered owner.
Soon after, though, the same man was stopped by Highway Patrol driving the same vehicle in a northbound direction on the Hume Highway near Goulburn.
The driver was arrested and returned to Goulburn Police Station where he was charged with drive whilst suspended. He was given conditional bail and will appear before Goulburn Local Court next month.