A 22 year old doorman has been jailed for six months for dangerous driving in Crawley.
Saif Khan from Ealing in London drove on the wrong side of the road and jumped two red lights to get away from police officers attempting to pull him over.
PC Steve Creal and PC Pete May saw the Yamaha scooter tailgating cars and breaking the speed limit southbound on the M23 on the evening of 16th February.
The officers tried to pull him over but the bike took off, going around 100mph to get away from them.
The pursuit ended after Khan crashed into a BMW while driving on the wrong side of the road, breaking his hand.
The driver of the BMW was uninjured.
Khan was charged with dangerous driving, failing to stop and driving without insurance or a licence after he was released from hospital.
Two lanes have been closed and there is queueing traffic for three miles due to an accident involving a lorry.
Reports of slow traffic and one lane blocked on exit slip road on M23 southbound at junction 9 for Gatwick Airport due to a broken down vehicle.
Traffic is queueing on the M23 northbound in Surrey at M25 junction 7 due to an accident, which has caused the closure of one lane.
Although the accident is now on the hard shoulder at the start of the exit slip road, lane one of three has now been closed on the main carriageway. There are delays approaching and onto the exit slip road as a result.
There are reports the M23 northbound in West Sussex is partially blocked, causing traffic to queue between the M23 junction 9 (Gatwick Airport) and junction 9A A23 Airport Way/ Ring Road South. It's due to an accident involving three vehicles.
M23 Northbound lane blocked on exit slip road due to broken down lorry at J9 M23 (Gatwick Airport).
There are long delays on the anti-clockwise section of the M25 in Surrey, between junctions 7 and 6 near Godstone. The Highways Agency says two hours are being added to the journey time with queues back to junction 10 (A3) on the M25 and junction 9 (Gatwick) on the M23. More as we get it.