A speeding motorist has been banned from driving after being clocked doing over 100mph on Norfolk’s roads twice in three weeks.

Daniel Hubbard, 23, was given a disqualification from being behind the wheel after police caught him doing 120mph on the A47 and driving at more than double the 50mph limit on the A1067 near Dereham. 

The BMW driver, from Chapel Lane in Potter Heigham, appeared before Norwich Magistrates Court to face two charges due to his excessively high speeds. 

Those found to be doing over 101mph face a court summons and can be disqualified from driving for between seven and 56 days or receive six points.

Magistrates heard he was recorded on August 20 last year doing 110mph on part of the A1067 that has a 50mph speed limit.

Eastern Daily Press: Sections of the A1067 have a 50mph speed limitSections of the A1067 have a 50mph speed limit (Image: Google)

Police also clocked him doing 120mph on a dual carriageway section of the A47 at North Burlingham on September 11.  

Both charges were proved with magistrates disqualifying him for 14 days, giving him six points and imposing fines and costs totalling £1,449.

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In a separate case another BMW driver has denied doing 110mph on the A47 and 84mph on the 50mph limit Newmarket Road in Norwich within three days last August.

Joe Lloyd, 36, from Almond Driver in Cringleford, has pleaded not guilty to two charges and will stand trial at Great Yarmouth Magistrates Court in January 2024.

Meanwhile motorcyclist Alan Harper, 60, of Martham Road in Hemsby, was banned from the road after pleading guilty to doing 107mph on the A47 at Acle on July 17 last year.

He was riding a Yamaha FZ1 motorbike when he was caught over the limit in 50mph, 60mph and 70mph sections of the dual carriageway. 

Magistrates in Great Yarmouth disqualified him for 14 days and imposed fines and costs totalling £721.