Officers arrested one man and gave more than 30 tickets to drivers following an illegal car meet, which began in Wilmslow then went Rudheath and Crewe.
Police received 27 calls between 9pm and 10.34pm on Sunday 5th December from concerned residents regarding over 100 driving dangerously, speeding and creating excess noise.
Officers, from the local policing units, the drone unit, roads policing and the police helicopter, worked together to close roads and target ringleaders. Officers are reviewing footage and are intending to prosecute a number of drivers due to their manner of driving.
A 22-year-old man from Leeds was also arrested on suspicion of endangering aircraft and causing danger to road users with his use of a drone. He has since been released under investigation pending further enquires.
Inspector Anton Sullivan from the Roads and Crime Unit said: "These meetings cause a lot of anger and upset in the community, with residents fearing serious harm.
"These enthusiasts are putting themselves and others in serious danger. Frustratingly it's something we witness across the county so we have a no tolerance approach – using a large amount of resources from across the county to bring the incident under control and disperse the cars and crowds.
"We do not seek to spoil enthusiasts' fun. We've got nothing against car enthusiasts wanting to spend time admiring cars, but there is a line that is crossed when vehicles are being driven dangerously at speed or in an anti-social manner; we're protecting them from themselves.
"We will continue to clamp down on this type of reckless behaviour, supporting our local policing units, and will use all our powers to prosecute those involved."
Anyone with footage or pictures of the event, is requested to let the police know via the online reporting function and quote IML 1149233.