In a Tuesday media release, police said the incident happened around 8 p.m. on June 30, near the Porteau Cove overpass near Squamish.
The posted speed limit in the area is 80 km/h.
According to police an officer spotted the trio of posh vehicles approaching at “an extremely high rate of speed,” and was able to clock them on radar.
The first two drivers were recorded travelling at 195 km/h, while the third was clocked at 146 km/h, according to the highway patrol.
Police pulled the three cars over at a safe location “where their vehicles were promptly impounded for one week.”
The three drivers, all men from the Lower Mainland, were also issued excessive speeding tickets and have since been issued a three-month driving prohibition from the Office of the Superintendent of Motor Vehicles.
- Multiple victims, suspect dead after shooting at Las Vegas university: police
- McDonald’s employee in Ontario bitten by customer’s dog while bringing food to car
- GOP plays hardball over Hunter Biden deposition despite offer to testify publicly
- Only 11% of human trafficking cases result in guilty decision: StatCan