Check out his article: http://www.vicpolicenews.com.au/more-news/5386-stakes-day-trafic-campaign-.html Stakes Day traffic campaign Sunday, 07 November 2010 00:47 Police breath tested 6805 drivers as part of Operation Ruby following Stakes Day Races, with 9 drivers detected over the limit Other offences detected included: • 3 drivers booked for speeding; • 11 for being disqualified or suspended drivers; • 15 seat belt; • 17 mobile phone use; • 21 Unregistered vehicles; and • 22 other traffic related offences Overall during the racing Carnival police breath tested 17125 drivers and detected 27 drivers over the limit Senior Constable Wayne Wilson Media Officer VP 6223/2010 Normally there'd be some qualitative negative spin associated with those figures, like drivers aren't getting the anti drinking message etc etc etc but 27 drivers detected with a BAC = 0.1% of those tested. It's hard for the institutionalised machine to maintain credibility if they slam drivers for BAC issues when clearly 99.9% of them got the message. As an aside, I wonder how many of the 27 were exactly 0.05, which was previously acceptable until a populist "tough on crime" political change made it illegal. :roll: Now they are tarred for the sake of politics. The ANR mobiles must have been employed to detect the 21 unregistered cars... I guess I'm not unhappy that they've been caught. The pattern is clear: When ever an event concentrates drivers/riders, e.g. The grand final, Motogp, Cup day, Stakes day... the road safety machine ramps up... worth noting.