FOUR men have been called before court over the past two weeks after getting caught speeding at more than 100 miles per hour on the M62 in Bradford.

Three of the men were fined hundreds of pounds for their illegal driving, with one being handed a long driving ban, while the other awaits his fate later this year.

They were all called to appear at Bradford and Keighley Magistrates’ Court at the end of August for their offending.

Calvin Percival, 24, was caught by a speed camera driving a Vauxhall Insignia at 100mph along the M62 westbound between Junction 27 for Gildersome and Junction 26 for Chain Bar on March 1.

Percival, of Black Dentons Place in Widnes, pleaded guilty to the offence, and was ordered to pay £204 – an £80 fine, £90 costs and a £34 victim surcharge – and had six points put on his licence.

Also in on August 26 was Phillip Duncalf, 48, of Wingate Street, Rochdale, who admitted driving his Mercedes-Benz C-Class AMG at 114mph along the M62 eastbound between Junction 27 and Junction 28 for Tingley on February 28.

His case has been adjourned until November 19, for the court to consider whether he should be disqualified from driving.

Appearing on August 27 was 36-year-old Lee Bond, of Meadow Bank Crescent, Mirfield, for sentencing following a previous hearing in May.

He drove his car westbound on the M62 between Tingley and Gildersome at 125mph on November 14 last year, and for that has been banned from driving for 15 months, with magistrates saying the disqualification was “obligatory due to repeat offending”.

He was also told to pay a total of £816 – a £660 fine, costs of £90, and a £66 victim surcharge.

Last up on August 31 was Peter Hamilton, 49, who it was found proven had driven his Ford Fiesta ST along the M62 in Bradford at 107mph on March 2 this year.

Hamilton, of East Road, Manchester, was also ordered to pay £816 for the offending, and was handed six penalty points for his actions.

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