POLICE have charged a man who was detected travelling at more than 200kmh at the bottom of Bulli Pass last night.
About 7.20pm on Wednesday police will allege that they spotted a white Holden Commodore doing a burnout at the intersection of Lawrence Hargrave Drive and Bulli Pass.
Highway Patrol officers followed the vehicle west up Bulli Pass where the driver crossed double unbroken separation lines.
The Commodore continued north on the M1 Motorway at speeds of more than 200kmh in 110kmh sign posted area.
The vehicle was eventually stopped at Darkes Forest where the driver was spoken to. At the time of the incident there was a woman and two children in the vehicle aged six and eight.
The 28-year-old Ambervale man was issued with field court attendance notices, for the offences of driving in a manner dangerous to the public, and exceeding the speed limit by more than 45kmh. His licence was already suspended for a fine default and the police confiscated his registration plates for three months.
He is required to attend Port Kembla Local Court on February 17.