A DRIVER will "almost certainly" lose his licence after being clocked at 110mph.

Officers stopped the driver shortly before midnight yesterday when he was spotted travelling at high speed.

He has been summoned to court for the offence.

Writing about the image on Twitter, PC Tom Van Der Wee said: "We stopped this driver shortly after midnight travelling at 110mph.

"He’s been summonsed to Court and will almost certainly lose his licence.

"Straight after we deployed to a broken down vehicle with no lights in the live lane on the same stretch of road."

It comes after a banned driver led police on a terrifying high-speed chase at speeds of up to 120mph.

Jack Davies was behind the wheel of a Renault Clio hire car with his girlfriend in Hangleton.

An unmarked police car realised Davies had been disqualified and tried to flag him down.

But Davies, 26, who was previously on the Sussex Police ‘most wanted’ list, took off at high speed.

He went at 80mph in a 30mph zone, despite a narrow gap between parked cars on either side of the road in Valley Road.

Officers saw him overtaking and nearly crashing into parked cars as Davies clocked 100mph on the Old Shoreham Road A270.

At Hove Crown Court Her Honour Judge Anne Arnold said the builder’s driving was dangerous and jailed him for a year.