Teenager Jack Faulkner was killed in a crash on Friday September 12.
The blue Rover 420 he was driving hit a tree on Broadgate, Sutton St James, just after 11pm.
The popular teenager was a promising player with Spalding Rubgy Club.
Jack's passenger suffered minor injuries and was treated at King's Lynn Hospital.
E-mail your tributes to Jack.
TO JACK AKA THE FAULKNERIZER WE WILL ALL MISS YOU AT MACDONALD'S YOU WERE SUCH A GREAT LAUGH AND A BRIGHT YOUNG MAN WHO ALWAYS MADE THE DAY AT WORK MUCH MORE ENJOYABLE.
WHENEVER YOU WALKED THROUGH THAT DOOR YOU ALWAYS HAD A SMILE ON YOUR FACE AND MADE PEOPLE FEEL WELCOME YOU WOULD ALWAYS LAUGH ALONG WITH CUSTOMERS AND GO OUT OF YOUR WAY FOR THEM IF THEY ASKED YOU FOR ANYTHING.
EVERYONE HERE WILL ABSOLUTELY MISS YOU. WE CAN ALL STILL REMEMBER THE DAY YOU SET UP CAMP OUTSIDE THE RESTAURANT BECAUSE YOU WAS ON THE OPEN IN THE MORNING, YOU WILL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN.
LOVE THE MACDONALD'S TEAM,
I WOULD JUST LIKE TO SAY THAT I REMEMBER PERSONALLY THAT YOU AND ME WOULD ALWAYS HAVE A LAUGH ABOUT ME BEING SUPERMAN AND THAT I WOULD SAY I DON'T THINK I AM I KNOW I AM. I JUST WISH I WAS SUPERMAN BECAUSE IF I WAS I WOULD HAVE BEEN ABLE TO BE THERE FOR YOU. YOU WILL BE MISSED VERY MUCH I CANT BELIEVE THAT YOUR GONE. THAT SMILE AND LAUGH OF YOURS WILL ALWAYS BE IN MY HEAD.
REST IN PEACE MATE NICK.
gonna miss you so much hun wont ever forget the laughs we all had at school you were a great mate an i will never forget you R.I.P hun xxx
gonna be missed by everyone i am pleased to say that i knew the jack faulkner he always had a smile on his face and always willing to do anything for anyone missing you loads mate claude
I lost count how many times I took the rugby ball from you in school, while you bounced it off the walls in the corridors.
It was so difficult to tell you off because you were such a nice chap.
Despite having an answer for absolutely everything, It's what made you 'the Jack' that we will so dearly miss.
I'm sure I speak on behalf of all the teachers at The Peele. We are all so sorry for the loss of such a fantastic future for an equally fantastic person.
You will be missed by all of us.
Mrs E. Robson.
I only met him a couple of times but I know how much he meant to his friends. There was always a good story with Jacks name in to be told. He'll leave a big gap in his circle of friends and his rugby team.
You were a legendary rugby player mate & it was an honour playing alongside you for Spalding rugby club you really could kick a rugby ball well. Dougie
"Jack you were a legend and it is such a waste of great talent, you were so rugby orientated and some times it would get you into trouble but you didn't care, you'd just come back the next day with a new rugby ball.
i remember wen ya lost ya rugby ball stand and blamed eveyone for it. you were something special mate you'll stay in the hearts and memories of everyone
RIP Jack take care of yourself up there." Sean.
Jack you were such a lovely genuine lad. Will never forget the time I opened my garden shed door and this long thin furry thing was inside! I sreamed slammed the door shut then realised it was a ferret. You came round opened the shed door and kindly retrieved your missing ferret! You were a credit to your family Jack. Cant belive that such a lovely family has been struck by such a tragedy.
RIP Jack. Sarah Tierney, Daniel, Emma and katie x
I was horrified to hear the news, you touched the lives of everybody you met. A day in school was never predictable when you were around – I particularly remember you riding round the school on a small child's tractor, and the day of the Blood Brothers trip, when you insisted the enormous branch you'd found at the services WAS going to come back to school with us. The world will be a duller place without you in it Jack. And who is going to give me a free coffee when I get my McBreakfast now? Rest in peace Jack, we'll all miss you.
Miss S Dalton
We are still in total disbelief on hearing this tragic news. Our hearts go out to Andy,Kirsty and the girls and everyone who knew Jack and is feeling this terrible loss.
Your easy, charming manner affected everyone who met you, You could chat to a 6year old and a 96 year old with equal ease--a rare quality. I loved your excuses for the mischief you got up to cos no-one could be angry with you and look into that innocent face without smiling!
You will be missed by all who knew you, a truly fantastic kid who we had the privilege to know, sadly for only a short time.
Maz & Phil
I remember you as a little boy - so cute! Can't believe you've gone. My heart goes out to your family. With love, Elaine, Glyn, Lauren, Stephanie & Owen in Wales xxxxx
We knew Jack and his family well when they lived just up the road from us in New York Lincs. He was a lovely young man and along with his sister Hannah, they were friends with our daughter, Paige. He was always having a laugh with myself and teasing the younger children too. It was such a shock to hear the news, and our thoughts are very much with Kirsty, Andrew, Hannah and Olivia at this terribly tragic time.
Stuart, Wendy and Paige Mitchell
Jack we only knew you for a short while when you parked your moped in our garage whilst at stamford college , We couldn't believe the sad news, our hearts go out to your family & friends. God bless Steve & Jackie Gibb.
I'm still in shock that this has happened to such a lovely lad, u will be missed so much our hearts go out to Kirsty, Andy, Hannah and Olivia
We are thinking of you.
R.I.P Jack xxx
love Kim and Nigel xx
RIP JACK. I AM SO PROUD TO HAVE KNOWN YOU. I WILL NEVER FORGET YOU. LOVE KERRY & BRUCE. XXXXX
Jack was such a great person, so kind and caring. It wasnt his time to leave us all. He was young and brave and was a happy person. He will be soo missed by so many people. May the angels take briliant care of you up there darling. You're going to be in our lives and our hearts forever. You're so missed and you will never ever be forgotten by anyone.
R.I.P Hunni :)
See You Soon <3
Sophie Barnes !! xxxx