Motorcyclist reached 115mph during police chase on the A90
Video footage shows Scott Edwards, 27, as he raced along the road in Aberdeenshire.
Video footage showing a motorcyclist travelling at 115mph on the A90 has been released.
Police chased Scott Edwards, 27, as he raced along the road but later had to stop following him as he ran through a set of roadworks.
Edwards later crashed into a car in Balmedie, Aberdeenshire, following the chase on October 21, 2015.
Last week, he was jailed for six months and given a 32-month driving ban. He was also convicted of a dangerous driving offence that took place in July 2015.
Police Scotland said officers from the Trunk Road Patrol Group first noticed Edwards breaking the speed limit as he travelled towards Balmedie.
He was recorded at speeds of up to 115mph and the video footage shows him speeding through a section of road where roadworks were being carried out.
The force said officers then stopped pursuing him due to the high risks involved but later found him after he crashed into a car and suffered a wrist injury.
Sergeant Steve Manson, from Police Scotland's Trunk Road Patrol Group, said: "Unfortunately, the speeds recorded here are not isolated incidents despite previous warnings. Officers are regularly recording high speeds on the north east roads.
"Although the rider in this incident sustained a fractured wrist and the other driver received whiplash injuries, the outcome of riding a motorcycle in this manner could easily have been worse.
"Driving at inappropriate speed is a factor in many fatal and serious collisions and hopefully the two custodial sentences given will highlight to people the other potential consequences of travelling at these kinds of speeds."