A driver with a bad traffic record has been jailed and disqualified from driving after he admitted killing a woman in a car crash. Wong Chi-fung, 29, was sentenced to 22 months and two weeks in jail yesterday after he pleaded guilty in the District Court to four charges. He was also disqualified from driving for seven years. In sentencing, Deputy Judge Josiah Lam Wai-kuen noted Wong had chalked up a long list of traffic offences, incurring fixed-penalty tickets and a criminal record. He said Wong's track record showed 'he has a very bad driving history, which constitutes an aggravating factor in the case'. 'These accumulated offences are flagrant violations of the law. Wong has repeatedly breached the order of disqualification and he has not corrected himself.' Wong had racked up 15 criminal offences, including five driving convictions which had already resulted in him being disqualified from driving until April 2010. On October 5 last year, he drove his car into the rear of a motorcycle at the junction of Tai Tam and Chai Wan roads. He pleaded guilty to dangerous driving causing death, and also to driving while disqualified, driving without third-party insurance and failing to stop after an accident. The court heard the crash injured the motorcyclist, So Yin-ho, and his girlfriend Chan Mei-lee, who died that night. A pedestrian was also hurt. The court was also told that Wong and two passengers left the scene and did not make a police report. Judge Lam noted that Wong had been driving at about 50km/h when he took a left turn before ramming into the motorcycle. The judge said he found such a speed unnecessary after reading the opinion of an expert suggesting that 26km/h to 37km/h was appropriate. 'Despite the speed limit set on that road being 50km/h, the speed of Wong's car at the material time was too fast and inappropriate in such circumstances,' he said. 'Obviously he ignored the road signs and drove his car at an irresponsible speed he liked, such that he was even unable to brake in time to avoid the crash.'