A PROBATIONARY driver will appear in court after police clocked a ute doing speeds of 207km/h on the Calder Highway at Carlsruhe.
Macedon Ranges Highway Patrol members intercepted the vehicle about 9.20pm on Tuesday.
The speed limit was 110km/h.
Map indicates the location of the road, not the place of the police intercept.
Police alleged the 22-year-old driver returned a breath test reading of 0.138 when the car was intercepted.
The legal blood alcohol concentration limit for probationary drivers is zero.
Police immediately suspended the driver’s licence and impounded his vehicle for 30 days, at a cost of $1475.
The Carlsruhe man is expected to be charged on summons with a number of traffic and driving offences.
The incident occurred in the final hours of the statewide Melbourne Cup Carnival road policing operation, Operation Furlong.
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