BOY racer Adam James flew through his latest quad bike races to move to third in the NETT Championship.
Round seven took place in Duns, Scotland.
In one race the Ellesmere Port Catholic High School pupil even came back to take third after falling off when his quad wheelied.
Adam took a blistering pace in race one, giving him a top five overall placing and second in his class.
Misfortune struck in the second as his quad flipped, but undeterred, he chased down much of the field to come third.
The Ellesmere Port ace improved further in the last race, coming second to earn second place overall for the day.
He now moves up to third overall in the NETT geared modified class, with one round to go.
Adam is also hoping for sponsorship to take part in the Weston Beach Race, opened for the first time to junior quads.
The race attracts top riders from all over the world but he is limited to 100cc autos.