Adamski’s ‘killer’ technique to win junior cup

Hamish Adamski on the entry to the mountain section at Cadwell Park'picture: John Mushet
Hamish Adamski on the entry to the mountain section at Cadwell Park'picture: John Mushet
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FRYUP teenager Hamish Adamski secured the Auto 66 Road and Race 2011 Super Junior 125 Championship, which consisted of rounds at Cadwell Park and Mallory Park.

Despite wet weather in the morning and engine running problems in the final race of the afternoon, Hamish (14) gained a first and a second in the two races to top the points table to win the cup.

Hamish, a student at Whitby Community College who races an Aprilia rs 125, began road racing at 12 with the Scarborough Auto 66 club after sitting an ACU examination and rider assessment at Darley Moor.

This year he gained his national road race licence.

Dad Paul said: “I am most proud of what Hamish has achieved as this is the first year at competing in a championship whereby enough rounds had been entered to stand a chance of a decent result.

“He has been competing against some riders of much more experience and on newer superior machines delivering more power and better performance capability.

“Now it is time to decide on next year’s racing and perhaps upgrade to a newer machine where some rounds of the highly competitive British Superteens may be sampled to rub fairings with the country’w up and coming hopefuls to see if we have the pace.

“Also to try to take the 2012 Auto 66 Super Junior Formula 125 Championship.”