MALMESBURY'S Louis Harvey was back on the podium at an emotional second round of the Rissington Championship.

The 12 year old helped to fund raise for stricken 17 year old F4 driver Billy Monger, who had both legs amputated after a crash at Donington Park, displaying #billywizz stickers on his kart and #23 on his helmet in support of Monger who had also risen through the ranks of karting.

Harvey started fourth on the grid for the final and was locked in a battle with 13 year old Zak Oates to the chequered flag, with Harvey just pipped into second spot.

Meanwhile, round two of the 2017 Castle Combe Karting Championship saw 14 different winners in the 14 heats, final pole sitter Oliver Bayani (Bristol) claiming victory and the fastest lap to move seven points clear in the overall standings.

Swindon's Michael Seabourne was second, with Bristol Zac Venn third ahead of round three of the series on May 13.