The 19-year-old, from Arran, was killed in a freak accident during the European Nations Cup in Cingoli, Italy last weekend.
Despite the event being immediately abandoned as a mark of respect, organisers have presented the cup to Connor's grieving parents, Bill and Jacqui.
Family friend and quad enthusiast John Watson, who witnessed the accident, said: "Thank you to the people of Cingoli for all their help, kindness and respect they showed for Connor.
"We are particularly grateful to Moto Club Cingoli for their help and hospitality - nothing was too much trouble for them.
"Not only did they present Connor with the Quad des Nations Cup, they also placed a permanent plaque in his memory at the side of the track. The Italian A and B teams donated all their appearance money as well."
Mr Watson, who was part of the British squad's back-up and mechanics team, also told how Connor had been in the wrong place at the wrong time, having suffered a stalled engine at the base of a hump in the track. "Unfortunately the rider following Connor landed on him and his quad," he said.