Jaguar driver's two-year ban for clocking 106mph on M1 near Northampton

Motorway speed cameras catch repeat offender

By Kevin Nicholls
Friday, 26th February 2021, 12:47 pm
Updated Friday, 26th February 2021, 12:48 pm

A Jaguar driver landed a two-year ban after being clocked at over 100mph on a stretch of the M1 near Northampton.

Scott Jacznik was clocked at 106mph by speed cameras heading northbound between junction 16 and junction 17 in May last year. The legal limit is 70mph.

Magistrates banned Jacznik — of Bourton Close, Northampton — for two-years after hearing he was a repeat offender.

Cameras check vehicles speed on the M1 through Northamptonshire

They also fined him £504 with an additional £135 in court costs and a surcharge to fund victim services at a hearing on Monday.

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