Windsor Police blame alcohol and drugs in a number of driving incidents over the weekend.

Five people are facing charges in four separate cases.

In one instance, a man was driving a Corvette at high speeds on the E.C. Row Expressway.

Police eventually caught up with him, but had to pull alongside and yell at the 52-year-old to get him to stop.

In another situation, two men were arrested for being impaired by marijuana after police saw a car speed along Seminole Street, passing a vehicle on the right.

And in a third incident, a 40-year-old man suffered minor injuries when he ran into a traffic signal and pole at Dougall Avenue and Eugenie Street.

The car flipped over on to its roof.

And finally, a 23-year-old Windsor woman has been charged with impaired driving after she allegedly passed out behind the wheel.

Police say another driver noticed the woman stopped at a green light and honked his horn to rouse her.

They say the woman then drove through the now-red light, hit a guard rail and proceeded onto the expressway.

Her tire was flattened and she hit a concrete barrier.

She made it from Central Avenue to just past Banwell Road, before being arrested.