Despite the High Court injunction – which outlawed these dangerous stunts – a series of reckless car enthusiasts took to the streets and filmed their antics for approval online.
In the flashy social media clips, people can be seen lining the roads as runner boys perform dangerous stunts and flout the court order.
Here are some of the clips that have been hosted online over the past six months:
Lamborghini hits 116 mph in illegal drag race
Shocking footage showing two supercharged cars racing along a Birmingham dual carriageway at over 110 mph.
The video shows the Honda Civic Type R tuned to a Lamborghini along Alcester Road near Wythall.
These gasoline heads can be seen screaming on public roads and passing inches from other motorists – all while circling around 116 mph.
Dangerous drivers on the “floor” cruise as dozens of people watch
Dozens of people were filmed along a busy two-lane road as runner boys performed dangerous stunts in their swollen cars.
Dozens of spectators can be seen watching the group of motor cruisers tear apart along Trinity Way in West Bromwich.
A blue BMW M3 is even narrowly captured while avoiding a crash. The clip can be viewed below.
Watch dangerous Tiktok video as Nissan Skyline GTR R34 tears the A47
A passenger in a legendary Japanese muscle caught a driver flying along a major Birmingham highway in a dangerous TikTok video.
The bay-side blue Nissan Skyline GTR R34 – worth around £ 80,000 – can be seen hurtling down the city’s A47 dual-lane road and easily pass other motorists.
During the clip, which can be watched below , the iconic motor driver can be heard traveling through the gears as it continues to accelerate.
Audi hits 165 mph on M6 and races £ 250,000 Rolls Royce
Two TikTok videos also captured the moments when a luxury engine flies along a highway at 165 mph and another reckless venture in Great Barr.
The crazy clips – which were filmed on a cell phone – begin with the driver of a £ 92,000 Audi RS6 hitting more than double the national speed limit of 70 mph.
A police car can even be seen heading in the opposite direction as reckless tankers pass the cars a few inches. The terrifying clip can be viewed below.
What happens if they are caught?
Anyone caught flouting the injunction, which was extended until 2021, could be arrested, have their car crushed, fined or sentenced to two years in prison.
Chief Superintendent Ian Green, responsible for Operation Hercules, said: “There is a tremendous amount of work going on to tackle this problem as we know that many people are concerned about antisocial and dangerous activity.
“We are conducting regular operations across the force in response to concerns raised by communities. These operations are also now supported by police drone pilots who collect information on offenders.
“It’s all part of our continued commitment to listen to what our communities tell us about their concerns and to take action against offenders.
“Operations like this should be a stern warning to any motorist who thinks they can drive in an unsafe or antisocial manner on our roads. We will not tolerate this behavior, especially during the current pandemic. We are determined to bring offenders to justice and keep our roads safe. ”