VIDEO footage of a car travelling more than 100mph during a police pursuit moments before crashing into a tree killing four men has been shown during an inquest.

Driver Murtza Chaudhry, 21, and passengers Arbaaz Hussain, 21, Zeeshan Khalid, 20 and Tayyab Siddique, 22, all died when their car hit a tree on Toller Lane in 2018.

Mr Chaudhry was driving a grey BMW at speed down Bingley Road just after 5.30am on Thursday, August 2, 2018, with Arbaaz Hussain in the front passenger seat, Tayyab Siddique in the rear off-side passenger seat, and Zeeshan Khalid in the near-side passenger seat.

The video footage, from PC Hoyle's unmarked police car, lasted for 77 seconds, 33 seconds of which was in 'pursuit mode' and showed from the moment the officer first saw the grey BMW drive past him at speed to when he arrived on Toller Lane following the car crashing into a tree.

The pursuit took in Haworth Road, a long, straight road which has speed limits of both 30mph and 40mph in sections, heard today during a virtual hearing from Bradford Coroners Court.

PC Hoyle's vehicle was shown travelling at speeds of up to 100mph in the 30mph zone at points, trying to keep up with the grey BMW.

The grey BMW was also shown travelling on the wrong side of the road during the pursuit.

Giving evidence, both Inspector Julie Fitzpatrick of West Yorkshire Police, and Paul Whitaker, representing the IOPC (Independent Office for Police Conduct), said PC Hoyle correctly followed the guidelines during the pursuit.

Mark Senior, forensic collision investigation supervisor, confirmed the police car arrived at the scene '10 or 11 seconds' after the grey BMW crashed into a tree on Toller Lane.

He added the grey BMW was a reasonably high performance car with a 1,800CC Diesel engine which can propel a vehicle up to 140mph.

Senior Coroner is expected to give his verdicts in the inquest at 2pm today.