Although the title is a fairly stupid one, it's nice to add another UK record to the list of those in Scotland, along with things like underage pregnacy and drugs (according to media reports.)
It's not really the 'fastest' road of course, but the road where the greatest number of the highest speeding offences have been caught:
A90 between Dundee and Aberdeen named as fastest road in UK | Aberdeen & North | News | STV
Three of the UK's six fastest-speeding vehicles were caught on the Dundee to Aberdeen stretch of the A90.
Tayside Police said the maximum recorded speed was 149mph last year, 141mph in 2010 and 139mph in 2009.
The constabulary was one of only four police forces to prosecute drivers for doing more than 140mph in the past three years.
It was also one of 12 to issue summons for going at 130mph or above, according to data released under Freedom of Information rules.
The figures obtained by LV= car insurance also reveal the number of motorists caught speeding increased last year by 6% compared to 2010.
These poor victimised drivers were probably just picked on because they were enjoying the discovery of a piece of road with no whining cyclists on it!
(I'm kidding, I'm kidding!)
I hated that road when I had to make the trip concerned regularly - there are so many cameras along it I think they could make a movie simply by pasting the snaps they take together. I usually took the more scenic route, and drove the coast road - not really that much longer, much nicer view, and fewer 'spies'