RACING star Adon Davie is aiming to take the chequered flag and launch the next chapter of his career.

The teenager took back-to-back victories at Knockhill over the weekend to move 27 points clear at the top of the HEL Supersport Cup.

The wins, his fourth and fifth of the campaign, continued his impressive form – but he warned that there was still a long way to go.

The Ducati rider said: “The aim for this year is to win the cup and then move on from that.

“That is my springboard to go to teams and say I have got this experience and know how to put a season together.

“I will try to find a higher level ride in the Supersport Championship.

“Looking on from that, it is not pot luck but there are other things that need to fall into place for the likes of Superbikes.

“It is one step at a time and the first thing I am aiming for is to win the cup.”

Davie, who lives in Prestonpans, will miss the next round at Snetterton.

The series allows riders to miss different rounds but Davie will be hoping it does not prove costly at the end of the season.

Fifty points are up for grabs at the track and Davie could tumble from top spot, with both Ben Tolliday and Cameron Hall capable of moving to the summit with a couple of good results.

Davie made it five wins from six with a double success in Fife over the weekend.

Weather conditions were challenging but the 19-year-old finished top of the pile.

He finished in 11th place overall in the first race before crossing the line in 13th in the second race of the weekend.

Davie told Courier Sport what it meant to be battling it out with the Supersport riders at Scotland’s circuit.

He said: “Knockhill put a big effort into the round and it is the 50th anniversary as well.

“They really made you feel at home and you could see quite a lot of Scottish flags hanging off of the barriers.”

Social media and television coverage will be the limit of Davie’s viewing when it comes to the next round at the beginning of July.

Beyond that, his focus will be on the trip to Brands Hatch in just over four weeks’ time.

Davie, who works in Musselburgh’s Tesco store, said: “In the cup, the season has been going really well.

“I have won every race that I have finished and only crashed out in one, which I am still spitting feathers about.

“To win five out of six overall, results compared to last year are getting better and better.

“I am really happy with the progress I have made in the last year.”

The only blip in Davie’s season came in the first race at Donington Park.

And the racer revealed it was something that still annoyed him.

He said: “I was in the lead in the cup class.

“I think the voice in my head was telling me to chase down riders in front and get closer to the overall front.

“I pushed a bit too much and folded the front.

“I should have listened to the warnings and I had quite a big gap.

“It was a schoolboy error but I have learned from it now and take it forward.”