A driving “menace” who sped at 110mph on a 30mph residential road after turning his car lights off during a night-time police pursuit has been jailed for two years.
Banned driver Hassan Iqbal, 21, sped along Road, , as he tried to escape officers who were chasing him at about 1.25am on October 16 last year. Iqbal had turned his car lights off moments earlier when he reached speeds of up to 70mph on nearby Road in Bradford.
Iqbal crashed into three vehicles and drove at speeds high enough for him to leave the road surface when he went over the speed bumps.
At the time of the offence he was on bail awaiting sentencing for another charge of dangerous driving that happened on April 22 last year. He handed himself into police on May the 6th 2016.
Hassan Iqbal was sentenced to two years imprisonment and was banned from driving for five years.