A motorcyclist who crashed into a car causing a "large fireball" has been fined, police have said.
Dashcam footage shows Stavius Gordon flipping through the air after his KTM motorcycle smashed into a silver Audi car as it turned off Ditton Lane in Cambridge.
The 31-year-old, of HMP Peterborough, lost a toe in the collision which happened just before 6pm on 9 September last year.
The Audi and a nearby private ambulance were damaged in the incident, Cambridgeshire Police said.
Gordon admitted to driving without due care and attention at Cambridge Crown Court and was fined £120 and given nine points on his licence, the force said.
He also pleaded guilty to driving without insurance and driving otherwise in accordance with a licence, police said.
Gordon initially denied riding the motorbike but he was charged after police secured dashcam footage and recorded statements from witnesses about his driving leading up to the crash.
PC Sarah Pride said: "I would like to thank witnesses who came forward and described Gordon's manner of driving in the moments leading up to the crash.
"Gordon lost a toe as a result of the collision but it was thanks to his helmet that it wasn't anything more serious.
"He had a provisional licence and will need to reapply."