A French tourist living in Dubbo, who only got his NSW driver's licence in June, was caught driving while he was drunk in August.
Guillaume Jean Pierre Ferrier was unable to tell police how many bottles of grog he had consumed when they pulled him over on August 11.
A statement of agreed facts presented in court revealed the 23-year-old man first came to the attention of police when he was driving a silver-coloured Holden Vectra north on Whylandra Street.
Police said he was travelling "well in excess" of the 60km/h speed limit.
When officers attempted to catch up to Ferrier they estimated he reached speeds of between 110km/h and 120km/h.
"The vehicle was in lane two of two and had passed three vehicles in the left lane at speed," police said in the statement of agreed facts.
After the pursuit, police eventually managed to stop Ferrier in Bligh Street.
Police said Ferrier told them he "was in a hurry to get to a nearby local licensed premises".
"He stated he thought he was doing about 80km/h," police said.
After he was breath tested Ferrier admitted he downed several bottles of beer but was unable to tell police exactly how many bottles he consumed.
Ferrier was charged with mid-range drink-driving and pleaded guilty when he faced Dubbo Local Court last week.
In court Magistrate Gary Wilson said Ferrier got his NSW driver's licence in June and the French-national said he understood he could not drink and drive.
For speeding Ferrier was fined $906.
He was disqualified from driving for three months, fined another $500 and placed on a 12-month alcohol interlock device program for drink-driving.