TEENAGE motorcycle sensation Rory Skinner has started his British Talent Cup season with three wins at Knockhill. Not content with that, he also added a second and a third place finish at the Fife track.
The 16-year-old Perth High pupil is grateful to Brian Neilson of Kirkcaldy Kawasaki for giving him a 600cc bike to race on.
Rory’s dad Mike said: “We are delighted that Brian has given Rory this chance and Rory has certainly started well with these superb performances.
“It’s not the first time Rory has done well at Knockhill and, hopefully, it won’t be the last.”
Competing in the British Talent Cup this season doesn’t mean the former Craigie Primary pupil will be racing only in Britain.
Mike explained: “There are rounds at Silverstone, Donington and Snetterton and others in mainland Europe at Valencia in Spain and Assen in Holland.
“Rory has raced abroad on many occasions so being outwith Britain again will not faze him.”
This weekend, Rory is racing at the East Fortune track near Edinburgh.
As well as being a wizard on the track, Rory is also doing well at school and will soon be sitting his Highers.