Drivers ticketed for topping 100 mph

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KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Four drivers that were part of a road rally that originated in Las Vegas were caught speeding in Oregon. The four were traveling at speeds of up to 117 mph, according to Oregon State police. The drivers that were part of the Bullrun rally were seen speeding in Klamath County before being pulled over in Eastern Oregon. They face fines over $1,000 and mandatory driving suspensions if convicted. The Bullrun Rally website says it’s not a race, but participants try to find the quickest route to the next checkpoint.





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