Think people drive fast on I-96? Well, probably not as fast as this guy (hopefully) ...

According to Omaha.com, New Hampshire State Police say an airborne patrol unit clocked a man driving 127 miles per hour (!!) on I-93 in the town of Northfield on Saturday. The State Police Special Enforcement Unit was using an airplane to monitor traffic when the trooper in the aircraft saw a vehicle traveling quickly.

Police say the officer twice clocked the vehicle traveling in excess of 100 mph, the fastest at 127 mph. The driver was stopped by troopers on the ground and was identified as 19-year-old Ryan Quinn of Newport, Rhode Island. Quinn was charged with reckless driving and two counts of possession of a controlled drug and he's due to appear in court in January.