Tributes have been paid to a 39-year-old man who died after in a car crash in Netherfield.
The man was at the wheel of a Nissan Skyline GTR which collided with other cars on the A612 on Friday, then drove off.
Notts Police were called and caught up with the vehicle on the Great Northern Way near Lidl.
Paramedics also attended the scene and he was taken to the Queen’s Medical Centre. Officers announced on Monday he died on Saturday.
However, police say they are still trying to establish exactly what caused his death, as officers do not believe he was seriously injured in any of the collisions.
Police have not yet formally identified him, but floral tributes have been left at the scene, and dozens of messages posted on social media have identified him as a 39-year-old from the local area known as Raj.
Stephen Lee wrote: “RIP best friend and mate you will never be forgotten.”
And Chantelle Humphreys said: “Rest in peace Raj you were a good man, I will remember the laughs.”
Leona Crane wrote: “Remember all the best times and keep it close to your heart, remember laughs and smiles, love deeply rip Raj.”
Picture: Floral tributes left at scene of crash outside Lidl
Police are still appealing for witnesses who either saw the collisions on the A612 or the vehicle on Great Northern Way to contact them on 101.