A DRIVER is "likely" to be disqualified from driving after they were caught speeding at almost 100mph on the A259.

Officer stopped the car that was travelling at almost double the 50mph speed limit at Bognor.

Sharing a picture on Twitter, Sussex Roads Police revealed the car was travelling at 92mph.

The driver was reported to the court and is "likely" to receive a disqualification, the force said.

Writing on Twitter, a spokesman said: "Vehicle stopped on A259 Bognor for exceeding the 50mph speed limit.

"Needless to say the driver has been reported to court and is likely to receive a disqualification."

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.