YOUNG Salisbury karting star Brodie Trayhorn had a great weekend at the Clay Pigeon Raceway as he won the Wessex Championship after two.

An excellent qualifying on the Saturday put him in a good position for the pre heats, but he was up against some tough competition as this meeting was being used as a build-up for the national championships.

His first race of the weekend saw him star from pole and he cruised to victory.

In his next outing once again, he was on the front row of the grid and made no mistake with another first place.

In the pre final Trayhorn was again on pole and finished first six seconds clear of the rest of the field.

Saturday’s final saw another impressive drive as he against from pole he won, this time by three seconds.

The following days racing saw a different arrangement, with each drive given a where he would get a top, middle and bottom start for their heats.

Trayhorn was third on the grid for heat one and was soon out in front winning by 5.4 seconds.

In race two he 26th on the grid and produced a storming drive to just miss out on a podium with a fourth place.

The final heat saw the Salisbury driver who turns 15 later this month 12th on the grid and it was no real surprise when thanks to some great overtaking he came home first again.

All his hard work in the heats paid off for the teenager as secured pole for the final and won with a superb drive from pole to flag finishing four second clear of the other drivers.