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12 May 2015, 07:09 | Updated: 30 March 2016, 13:50
An 11-year-old world champion mini stock car driver has died after being seriously hurt in a crash.
Keir Millar, from Lockerbie, was hurt in a race at Lochgelly Raceway in Fife on Saturday.
He was taken to hospital in Edinburgh and his family said tonight that he had since died.
In a statement issued through NHS Lothian they asked for space and time to grieve.
They said: "Due to the injuries sustained in an accident at the weekend Keir has sadly passed away.
"We, as a family, request space and time to grieve in private.''
Keir took part in the Ministox racing series and last year won the Ninja Kart Championship in England.
A race at Lochgelly later this week has been cancelled out of respect.
The youngster died at around 4pm at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Edinburgh.
In a further statement issued through police, Keir's family said they were "extremely distraught''.
They said: "He was a much loved son and brother and will be sadly missed by all who knew him.''