OLLY Horner returned to the track for the opening meeting of the Mini GP 50 class in Llandow, Wales.

Following a successful season in the Cool Fab MiniMoto and coming second in the British Championships.

The 11-year-old has moved up to the very competitive class of Mini GP 50s, being one of the youngest rider in the championship.

Ahead of the season opener in Wales the Longford Primary School spent 10 days in Spain prior to the season at two different tracks Cartagena and Finestrat getting to grips and gaining confidence on the new bike.

The first race meeting of the season for the Cool Fab British Championships was held in Llandow in Wales.

Horner gained more and more confidence on the track and with the bike, coming away with a 10th place and a couple of 11th places in what was a promising start to the new season.

This was the first of eight rounds in total in the championship which ended in October.

Horner's next meeting is at Red Lodge in Suffolk on April 27.

Horner said: "I must say a big thank-you to my sponsors Hayball Motorcycles -Salisbury, Slipscreens Ltd, EBC Brakes, Salisbury Motorcycle Training and Bespoke Leathers.

The young rider is looking to more sponsors to help with the costs to race anyone interested should email crook.sally@yahoo.com