來自利茲市Harehills的25歲的Adeel Habib是Certi Drivers頻道的幕後推手，該頻道有超過68,000名訂閱者。
在宣判後，理查德-霍恩警官說，哈比卜是一個經常帶着 "伴隨着這種令人震驚的行為對其他道路使用者造成傷害的所有潛在風險 "開車的人。
他補充說，哈比卜 "絕對無恥"，對道路使用者和法律表現出 "完全的蔑視"，他 "經常發布他的滑稽視頻，給他的許多追隨者留下深刻印象"。
A man whose YouTube channel showed him driving high-performance cars at high speeds on busy public roads has been sentenced for dangerous driving.
Adeel Habib, 25, from Harehills, Leeds, was behind the Certi Drivers channel, which had more than 68,000 subscribers.
Appearing in court by video link, he was also disqualified from driving for 49 months.
Officers became aware of his YouTube channel while targeting dangerous driving and anti-social behaviour at illegal car meets in Leeds and West Yorkshire.
Habib's videos showed him driving dangerously on public roads, at high speeds, weaving in and out of traffic, racing other drivers and ignoring red traffic lights, police said.
While under investigation for the driving offences he was sent to prison for his part in a drugs supply conspiracy.
After sentencing, Insp Richard Horn said Habib was someone who regularly drove with "all the potential risk of harm to other road users that accompanies such appalling behaviour".
Habib was "absolutely shameless" and showed "utter contempt" for road users and the law by "regularly posting videos of his antics to impress his many followers", he added.
"Habib's own arrogance was his downfall in that those videos provided us with a rich seam of material to present to the court and have him answer for his actions."
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