AN apparent 'road-rage' incident which left a motorcyclist with serious injuries is still being investigated by police.

As reported by the Daily Echo last week, a driver knocked a motorcyclist off his bike in Southampton after going on the wrong side of the road.

The driver then sped off following the incident in Thomas Lewis Way in Southampton.

A police spokesperson confirmed today that no arrests have yet been made and that enquiries are still ongoing.

The motorbike rider, a 22-year-old man from Southampton, was treated in hospital for multiple fractures of his wrist, a dislocated shoulder, ligament damage and a severely bruised and swollen hand.

It has been claimed on social media that the driver of the Audi - said to be a woman - had previously opened her door as he rode past and after he shouted at her, she went on the wrong side of the road to catch up with him.

The incident happened at the junction with Horseshoe Bridge, on the carriageway heading towards Bevois Valley, at 11.49am on Thursday, January 7.

A passing motorist captured the incident on his dashcam.

The video - which is featured above - clearly shows the car on the opposite side of the road and cutting back in, as the rider jumps off his motorcycle in an attempt to get out of the way.

Then, as the driver of the car with the camera turns into Horseshoe Bridge, the Audi pushes in front and overtakes a lorry turning into Empress Road, before driving off.

Anyone with information that may help police is asked to contact them by calling 101.