A HAMPSHIRE man twice caught speeding at more than 100mph on a motorway has been spared a driving ban because of the impact on his son with a medical condition.

Ian David Robson, 53, was caught driving a Volkswagen at 102mph on the M3 in Surrey on July 6.

He was caught speeding at 101 mph at an earlier junction of the M3 on the same day.

The speed limit on that stretch of motorway is 70mph.

Appearing at Southampton Magistrates' Court, Robson, of Rossan Avenue, Warsash, pleaded guilty to speeding through the single justice procedure.

Robson faced a disqualification through the totting up procedure – which applies when drivers accumulate 12 or more penalty points on their licence within a period of three years.

But magistrates did not disqualify Robson due to the impact the disqualification would have on his son who has attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

Robson was instead fined £400, ordered to pay court costs of £85 and a victim surcharge of £40.