TEENAGE motorcycle racer Elliot Pinson won both of his heats at round four of the Dickies British Junior Supersport series at Norfolk’s Snetterton circuit.

Swindon’s Pinson dominated both the grid and the podium, breaking the lap record multiple times.

He qualified first with a brisk time of 2:09:104, before finishing race one in first place with a new lap record of 2:08:833.

The 16-year-old finished first again in race two, having broken his own track record three times - and takes a maximum 50 points from Snetterton.

Despite having competed in only two out of four rounds this season, Elliot now lies fourth on the leaderboard with 108 points.

Kade Verwey tops the board with 160 points, while Trystan Finocchiaro is second with 132 points and Matthew Bower third with 122 points.

“We started the weekend well,” said Elliot.

“I spent the first half of free practice bedding in new brake pads and after that we were finding the braking markers.

“I was happy with the time, and there were still some damp patches in qualifying.”

“Race one was strong, I jumped off the line well and managed to lead into the first corner and just kept going.

“Race two was more exciting - I had another good start and led for the first half-lap.

“My brakes started to fade, that dropped me to P7. But I got my head down after that and found the speed I wanted to win.

“I knew I had more pace so kept working on the set-piece moves in my head. It went down to the last lap.

“I almost hit the back of Jenner so I lost a bit of time. Then I got behind Kade on the back straight, out-braked him and took first right at the end.”

Elliot next takes to the track for Round 5 of the Junior Supersport series at Hampshire’s Thruxton circuit from August 2-4.

He added: ““Thruxton is mostly flat-out, but I won there last year so I’m confident I can find more pace and break away.”