A man who drove the incorrect way through a roundabout in a bid to evade police has pleaded guilty to a number of charges.
Jake Leigh Bartlett appeared in the Launceston Magistrates Court on Thursday.
Bartlett pleaded guilty to driving recklessly through Mayfield, Newnham and Ravenswood on April 30.
Police attempted to pull Bartlett over on Hargrave Crescent at Mayfield with lights and sirens, but he continued driving.
He failed to indicate, drove 30km/h over the speed limit in a suburban area, went the wrong way through a round about and overtook a car despite a solid white line on the road.
He failed to indicate, drove 30km/h over the speed limit in a suburban area and overtook a car despite a solid white line on the road.
Bartlett also pleaded guilty to destroying a clamping device placed on a vehicle at Mayfield by police.
Upon apprehension, police found Bartlett in possession of a stolen iPhone valued at $600.
He also pleaded guilty to being in possession of stolen property.
Magistrate Ken Stanton remanded Bartlett to reappear on June 17 for sentencing.