A driver was recorded doing 105mph on the A47 in Norfolk on the first day of a two-week crackdown on speeding.
A two-week national speed campaign was launched on Monday, 25th May.
However, on the same day, police caught a driver travelling at 105mph.
Police tweeted that the driver had been issued a traffic offence report and would be getting a summons to court.
Chief Inspector Kris Barnard, head of the Roads and Armed Policing Team, said: “Recently we have experienced a reduced number of vehicles on our roads but still on occasion have seen a number of drivers choosing to drive at excessive speeds.
“It is therefore appropriate for us to continue to make our roads safe by targeting those drivers who pose a threat to themselves and others.”