SEB Morris produced a grand finale to the season, signing off with two sensational victories at Silverstone.

The Chester schoolboy, 16, was the class of the field in the final meeting of the 2012 Protyre Formula Renault BARC Championship.

The double win secured him third position overall at the end of his maiden season in the single-seater series.

Abbey Gate College sixth-former Seb locked out pole position for both of the weekend’s races on the 1.64-mile National Circuit.

He impressively controlled rounds 13 and 14 without putting a wheel wrong to make it five wins for the year.

Seb, who is from Marford, Wrexham, said: “It’s been a fantastic weekend. To take two poles and the two wins is the perfect way to round-off the championship.”

The Fortec Motorsports driver will be in Belgium this weekend to make his debut in the Formula Renault 2.0 Northern European Cup.

In just his fourth weekend as a competitor in the Porsche Carrera Cup GB, Andy Meyrick continued his strong form and came away from Silverstone with two top-six finishes.

Meyrick, 27, from Delamere, started the penultimate race weekend of the season in promising form and went on to qualify for the two races in seventh and eighth places in his Team Parker Racing car.

With thick fog hanging over the Northamptonshire track on Sunday morning, the first 28-lap race was delayed for 45 minutes, with competitors frustratingly having to sit on the grid waiting for the sun to start burning through.

Once the race began, the Chester driver steered clear of any trouble and finished in fifth place.

The second part of the Silverstone double-header took place in dry but cloudy conditions. Conscious of conserving his tyres and avoiding any contact which might lead to punctures, Meyrick drove hard but sensibly to bring his distinctive Lindberg-backed Porsche home in sixth.

He said: “It was a solid weekend. Two finishes with points is good.”

The final round of the series will be at Brands Hatch in Kent on October 20/21.