A MAN is facing a potential driving ban next month after admitting to driving offences involving his Lamborghini supercar.

Mohammed Sohan Patel, of Blackburn Road, Ribchester, in the Ribble Valley, has already pleaded guilty to three counts of failing to give information to the police regarding the identity of a driver when required.

Patel, 41, had denied two charges of speeding in Ribchester Road, Clayton le Dale, on August 23, 2021, and in Grane Road, Haslingden, on June 6, 2021, while driving a Lamborghini, which were both dismissed in a hearing at Preston Magistrates’ Court on March 30 in favour of the more serious failing to provide information offences.

However he pleaded guilty to three counts of failing to provide information regarding the identity of a driver to the police who was alleged to have been guilty of an offence, all related to the Lamborghini.

His case was adjourned until July 13, again at Preston Magistrates’ Court, to consider if there are any mitigating circumstances to be considered before Patel is sentenced, such as a plea of exceptional hardship, to avoid a driving disqualification.

For failing to provide information, a defendant could receive six penalty point endorsements on their driving record, a fine of up to £1,000, and even a disqualification from driving.