A MAN accused of ramming a police car in a series of incidents between Caboolture and Gympie will remain behind bars with no bail application made on his behalf.

Tyler Lyle Lindsey Cone, 22, was not required to appear in Maroochydore Magistrates Court this morning for the first mention of his case.

It's alleged police tried to intercept the Burnside man when he was driving a stolen car on Beerburrum Rd just after midnight on Sunday morning.

Mr Cone is accused of ramming a police car and causing extensive damage before driving away.

Police deployed a tyre deflation device on Steve Irwin Way about 12.20am and continued to follow the car as it drove north on the Bruce Hwy.

It's further alleged Mr Cone was successfully stopped by police using a second tyre deflation device placed south of Gympie and arrested after fleeing the vehicle.

No one was injured during the incident.

Mr Cone was charged with two counts of dangerous operation of a motor vehicle and unlicensed driving and one count each of unlawful use of a motor vehicle, wilful damage, stealing, possess dangerous drugs, wilful damage of a police vehicle, fail to stop and fail to provide breath.

He's also facing further charges of possess false number plates and possess property suspected of being used in the commission of a drug offences.

Defence barrister David Crews appeared for Mr Cone and said no application for bail was being made for his client.

Mr Cone is currently on a return to prison warrant and will appear in court again via video link on September 24.