CLERMONT – A suspected drunk driver who led officers on a high-speed chase Tuesday admitted he deserved a ticket but nothing else.

According to an arrest affidavit, the Florida Highway Patrol was notified of a red car speeding their way around 1 a.m. Tuesday.

A trooper clocked the Chrysler 300 at 102 mph in a posted 55 mph zone around County road 474 in Clermont and started a pursuit with lights and sirens activated.

The suspect, later identified as Jacob Benjamin Andrew Burdick, 23, of Clermont, eventually pulled into Cagan Crossings, where troopers found the car parked with only the dash light on.

According to FHP, they could smell overheated brakes from the vehicle, and Burdick was ordered out of the car at gunpoint.

The affidavit adds Burdick smelled of alcohol and admitted to leaving a Christmas party where he had been drinking. He also reportedly told troopers he only deserved a speeding ticket

Burdick reportedly blew .207, .194 and .184 — all above the legal limit of .08 — and was arrested.

Burdick was charged with DUI and fleeing and eluding police. He was released from the Lake County Jail Tuesday morning after posting a $6,000 bond.