It's how fast a driver in Wake County got up to last month on US-1 near the Triangle Expressway.
William Jefferson, 22, was behind the wheel -- he has since been charged with street racing and reckless driving.
"It's one reason why I don't want my kids on the roads late at night," said Maryanne McAdams, a mother from Holly Springs. "I don't have a driver yet --we're about a year away but it's that kind of stuff that makes me really nervous."
North Carolina State Highway Patrol said somebody sent them the seven-minute YouTube clip as part of a complaint.
The video shows Jefferson in his Dodge Challenger "Hellcat" driving nearly 130 mph over the speed limit on US-1. In addition, the video shows Jefferson take the car over 100 in a 40 mph zone.
The clip starts with the car doing "doughnuts" in a parking lot before moving to a clip of Jefferson with his hood open at a nearby Sheetz.
"I don't think that road is particularly dangerous but anybody going 198 mph and it's going to be particularly dangerous," McAdams said. "It's really a miracle that nobody was hurt or killed in that."
Jefferson has a clean record except for a few traffic violations.