TWO people are set to face court after police intercepted high-speed drivers on the Calder Freeway on Sunday.
Macedon Ranges Highway Patrol members detected a Mercedes travelling at 165 kilometres an hour on the Calder Freeway near Woodend about 8.40am on Sunday.
The driver, a Southbank woman, 29, will be summonsed for traffic offences.
The car was impounded with towing costs of $1425.
As police were returning to their duties, a Holden Commodore sped past the tow truck and unmarked sedan.
Police clocked the car at 151km/h and intercepted the driver, a Kyneton man, 27. He faces the same fate as the Southbank woman.
On Saturday, a 25-year-old man also had his car impounded after he overtook an unmarked police car at speed at Harcourt.
The probationary driver, of Mount Waverley, was clocked at 164 km/h on the Calder Freeway. He is facing numerous charges.
On Friday, a Quarry Hill man, 42, was charged with dangerous driving causing death following a crash that killed 18-year-old cyclist Michael Keating.
Police allege a truck heading south along Woodward Road collided with a cyclist at the intersection of Hattam Street about 12.10pm.
The cyclist died at the scene.
Bendigo Highway Patrol has extra police reinforcements on the roads for the Queen's Birthday long weekend as part of Operation Regal.
The operation started on Friday across the state and will run until 11.59pm on Monday.
It focuses on impaired driving, increased traffic on rural roads, towing trailers and caravans, and trail bike riding in state forests and parks.
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