http://www.heraldsun.news.com.au/common/story_page/0,5478,18009186%5E2862,00.html Great Ocean Road racers caught Dina Rosendorff 02feb06 A CRACKDOWN on bad driving along the Great Ocean Rd has caught more than 100 drivers a weekend. Police snared 355 drivers for breaching road rules on the famous coastal stretch in the first three weekends of last month. The operation had been meant to stop motorcyclists treating the road as their playground, but it also caught many badly behaved car drivers. More than 60 per cent of those booked drove cars. Drivers were booked for speeding, crossing double lines, driving while disqualified or unlicensed or for being over the 0.05 alcohol limit. One motorcyclist was caught doing 170km/h in a 100km/h zone. One person was found driving a stolen car. Police aimed their speed guns at 10 places -- from behind bushes along the road and cliff tops. When an offender was identified, the "gun" pointers called ahead to roadside police who pulled over the offenders. "The topography of the road with its curves means it is awkward to enforce, so we've resorted to this method to catch these riders and drivers," Sgt Pat Cleary said. "At some stages we were that busy we couldn't write fast enough," Sgt Cleary said. Sgt Cleary said police would continue this form of enforcement. "We want people to know that if you come down to the Great Ocean Rd and choose to breach the road rules, you've got a very good chance of being caught," Sgt Cleary said.