A motorcyclist caught speeding at 152mph has been banned from the roads for 12 months after being convicted of dangerous driving, a safer roads partnership said.
The speed at which Stephen Tull was clocked at on the A27 in West Sussex was the highest recorded nationally last year and more than double the road's 70mph limit.
At Worthing Magistrates' Court today, Tull, who was riding his Yamaha YZF-R1 with no MoT, was found guilty of dangerous driving and was ordered to do 200 hours of unpaid work and pay £620 costs.
The 37-year-old, of Pennels Close, Milland, Liphook, Hampshire, was also told to complete an extended retest at the end of his 12-month disqualification period, the Sussex Safer Roads Partnership said.
A spokesman said the speeding offence - the highest ever detected in Sussex - took place on October 16 last year.
At one point, Tull accelerated from 139mph to 152mph in four seconds while riding towards a blind crest and a hidden junction.
Chris Snell, a safety camera technician for the Sussex Safer Roads Partnership, said following the case: "The court's judgment shows how clearly unacceptable this type of behaviour is on our roads and in our communities."
Expert witness Steve Callaghan, of Road Safety Support (RSS) Ltd, said: "This was highly dangerous and deliberate behaviour which put road users at great risk.
"Thankfully, this reckless act was captured on film by a mobile safety camera and Mr Tull can now be properly punished for his actions."