Driver Martin Corcoveanu has been banned from the roads after hitting speeds over 130mph through Staffordshire.
Corcoveanu was spotted travelling along the A5 in Lichfield at around 11.20am on May 5 during the first coronavirus lockdown.
He was driving a BMW 3-Series when spotted by officers from the specialist Staffordshire Police Road Policing Unit (RPU).
The major stretch of A5 through the county is a 70mph limit.
A Staffordshire Police investigation found Corcoveanu had been travelling in excess of 130mph and had run a red light at a roundabout.
The 27-year-old from Walsall has now been banned from driving for 20 months after admitting dangerous driving during a hearing at Cannock Magistrates Court.
Corcoveanu, of Walsall, was also handed a 12 week prison sentence, suspended for 12 months.
The officer in charge of the case, PC Craig Beardsley, of Staffordshire Police, said: “Corcoveanu clearly didn’t care about the danger he was putting himself and others in with his dangerous driving, at speeds of over 130mph.
“His actions were reckless and it is a miracle that nobody was seriously hurt or injured.”