NASCAR star Kyle Busch had a run in with the law back in May when he was dragged over close to his home in Mooresville, North Carolina for doing 128 mph in a 45 mph zone.
The car he was driving was a bright yellow Lexus LFA supercar, which he had used for a test drive.
Busch plead guilty to speeding charges and no contest to extra charges of careless and reckless driving.
His punishment is 30 days of community service, with one year of unsupervised probation.
He was as well fined $1,000 and his driver’s license was suspended for 45 days, prompting some to question whether he must still be permitted to race in NASCAR.
Part of his community service will be to contribute in the B.R.A.K.E.S. (Be Responsible And Keep Everyone Safe) program, which educates teenagers how to be protected behind the wheel.
Busch affirmed that he was sorry for his actions and lack of judgment after the hearing.
Some are still angry for the reason that the road Busch was driving on, with his wife Samantha in the car, is a narrow, two lane stretch of curving road, and is littered with driveways.