A man who troopers said hit 150 mph during a drunken run across the state Route 520 bridge pleaded not guilty on Monday.
Vladislav Orlovskii, of Bellevue, has been charged with DUI and reckless driving in the March 20 incident.
Washington State Patrol Trooper Dan said a trooper spotted Orlovskii's 2008 BMW M6 speeding in the eastbound lanes of SR-520, but the BMW was still quickly pulling away when the trooper reached speeds of 130 mph.
McDonald said the trooper believed the BMW hit about 150 mph while weaving between other cars on the two-lane bridge.
The trooper slowed down when the chase became dangerous, but another trooper east of the high rise on the bridge was able to stop the BMW on the exit ramp to 84th Street in Medina.
Orlovskii was obviously impaired, McDonald said, but the man gave troopers no explanation for why he was driving so fast.
McDonald said that from the time the trooper spotted Orlovskii's vehicle to the time of stop, the BMW traveled 2.59 miles in 1 minute 8 seconds, which is an average speed of 137 mph.
Orlovskii, 24, has been cited previously for multiple driving infractions, including at least twice for reckless driving.
Orlovskii is free on bail pending trial.