Rugby driver caught driving over 100mph twice in the space of just six days

He will have to pay out about £2,000 and he was banned from driving for six weeks

Friday, 12th March 2021, 11:05 am
Updated Friday, 12th March 2021, 11:06 am

A Rugby driver landed a six-week ban and a huge fine after being clocked at over 100mph twice in the space of just six days.

Speed cameras on the M1 caught Sean Guy, 29, at 110mph on June 9 last year — and then at 105mph on June 14 in the same Volkswagen Tuguan Match TSI Evo.

Guy, of Anderson Avenue, admitted both offences at Northampton Magistrates Court last week.

Speed cameras caught the same driver twice in six days doing more than 100mph on the M1

He was fined £864 for the first offence, driving northbound between junction 16 and junction 17 at 2.41pm — plus another £864 for the second, going south on the same stretch of motorway at 9.31am six days later.

He was also ordered to pay £90 prosecution costs plus a £173 surcharge taking his total court bill to £1,991.