Former Premier League striker Marlon King has pleaded guilty to a charge of dangerous driving - the footballer's 15th criminal conviction.
King, who was released by Sheffield United in December, changed his plea having initially denied the charge in November.
But he has now admitted driving dangerously at a hearing at Nottingham Crown Court and will avoid a trial. He will be sentenced at a later appearance.
The incident happened in April last year when his Porsche was involved in a three-car crash in Winthorpe, Nottinghamshire, that left a motorist needing an air ambulance to take him to hospital.
The controversial striker played in the Premier League for Hull City and has also appeared for Nottingham Forest, Leeds United, Watford, Wigan Athletic, Middlesbrough and Coventry City.
He was released from League One side Sheffield United and is currently without a club.