YOUNG Renfrew motorcyclist Jack Hart was the standout performer at the Knockhill Motor Sports Club round last weekend.
The 12-year-old came home with plenty of silverware after five wins out of five races in the Skinner Motorcycles F125 class.
The Trinity High School pupil was looking to get back to winning ways after perpetual runner-up finishes to Franco Bourne in the Scottish Championship season opener at East Fortune earlier this year.
And he responded in the best way possible with a relentless display which saw him lead every race from start to finish and winning by an average of 25 seconds each time.
After storming to a commanding pole position with a lap of 1:05.8, over 3.5 seconds faster than the rest of the field, Jack was off at a frightening pace in the first race of the KMSC F125 campaign. He didn’t stop at two wins from two on Saturday as he went on to deliver another three on Sunday.
Jack has been competing since the age of seven, racing mini motos in Scottish and UK Championships.