A Prestonpans Primary School pupil was crowned double winner at a recent national mini moto awards ceremony in Edinburgh.

Adon Davie ended the season with the Junior B and Junior Production UK Championships titles, and was also awarded the prestigious Craig Jones Memorial Trophy for rider of the year.

The 11-year-old went into the last round at Kartstart in Kirkcaldy with a 19-point cushion at the top in Junior B and having led from the first round.

He qualified in pole position, but an error on lap five saw the county starlet lose the lead – he did recover, though, to finish fourth.

Davie returned to top form as he dominated the final two races, taking the flag in both to secure championship victory.

Junior Production saw Adon enter the last round in 2nd place trailing Wishaw’s Ross Maguire by 26 points.

Again qualifying in pole position, Adon went on to dominate all three races securing his second Championship by just four points.

Davie also won two of the four rounds he entered in the British Mini Bike Road Racing Championship, and took fifth in the FIM European Mini Road Racing Championship at Assen.

The Prestonpans youngster was delighted with his awards.

He said: "It’s been a superb season this year racing all over the UK and in Europe. There’s been lots of close racing and the double points at the last round kept the UK Championship interesting right until the end.

"I treated every race exactly the same and didn’t think about championships until after the very last race. There are too many highlights to mention but obviously winning two UK Championships and racing in the European Championship was just brilliant, but to be awarded the Craig Jones Memorial Trophy for Rider of the Year was very, very special.

"I'd like to thank all my sponsors – Saltire Roofing & Building Ltd and J Mullen Specialist Coachworks, all my family, friends and neighbours for their support and special thanks to Alan McIntosh of McIntosh Mini Bikes and Gifford’s Lewis Rollo for their support and words of wisdom throughout the season. Without everyone’s support and encouragement none of this would have been possible”.

Davie's preparations for next season are already under way, with the talented Prestonpans ace planning to defend his UK Championship titles as well as a full-on assault on the European Championship in Italy and Netherlands.