The eight-mile drag strip is just over 200 yards. By the time a Subaru BRZ or Toyota GT86 flies over the finish line, it is running at about 115 kilometers per hour. Remember this number for a while. In Belgium, a bus driver has been fined for speeding, but this would mean that a bus (picture above is for reference only) full of school children would be as fast as a sports car.
The bus driver flashed at a speed of 111 kilometers per hour on the Geel ring road in Belgium. You can drive 90 there and the fine was 87 euros. However, the bus driver refuses RTV that he only takes the car road before, and that he has only 200 meters to hit 111 km/h. According to the bus driver, the city bus should have a jet engine to achieve this.
The bus cannot go faster than 100 km/h
Small details: the bus is limited to 100 km / h. The bus driver actually said he drove about 75 km/h, which would mean that the Belgian police speed camera would have a deviation of about 40 km/h.
He appealed to the police, but they rejected his appeal. That it was physically impossible and that then it has a limit is obviously not enough evidence. Now he has to wait until he is called to appear before the judge to prove his objection.