Vampires Rock KTM on top at the Nationals

Well it’s been a busy few weeks with national after national and some great results. Harvey Cashmore on the KTM 50 came home from the French Kids Masters with a well deserved 5th overall and team GB picked up a second overall in the standings. Harvey will now go into the last round of the GT Cup in a good second overall in the series.

Onto the junior riders Jack Grayshon and Ozzie Murray have also been riding superbly. Jack is now lying 4th overall in the GT Cup with a good chance of finishing on the podium. Ozzie Murray the youngest rider of the team is also looking set to reach his goal this year of a top 20 finish at the GT Cup national.

In the 125 class the 16 year old Scooter Webster has been flying the Vampires Rock KTM flag high in the Red Bull Nationals. Scooter now lies 3rd overall in the series with only 3 points away from taking the second spot on the podium. Scooter has two more Red Bull rounds left and we are confident he will take to the podium in his first year racing the very competitive 125 class. Steve Steinman team boss says ‘I am very happy with the way the season has gone so far it was a shame to lose our top 85 rider so early in the season with a broken leg but am glad to say David Keet is on the mend and starts training soon on the 125 KTM’.

We set out this year to bring on some of the younger riders ready for 2014 and to achieve some podiums in the nationals and we have achieved what I had set out to do thanks to the hard work of the riders and the sponsors support and back up.

Well it’s been a busy few weeks with national after national and some great results. Harvey Cashmore on the KTM 50 came home from the French Kids Masters with a well deserved 5th overall and team GB picked up a second overall in the standings. Harvey will now go into the last round of the GT Cup in a good second overall in the series.

Onto the junior riders Jack Grayshon and Ozzie Murray have also been riding superbly. Jack is now lying 4th overall in the GT Cup with a good chance of finishing on the podium. Ozzie Murray the youngest rider of the team is also looking set to reach his goal this year of a top 20 finish at the GT Cup national.

In the 125 class the 16 year old Scooter Webster has been flying the Vampires Rock KTM flag high in the Red Bull Nationals. Scooter now lies 3rd overall in the series with only 3 points away from taking the second spot on the podium. Scooter has two more Red Bull rounds left and we are confident he will take to the podium in his first year racing the very competitive 125 class. Steve Steinman team boss says ‘I am very happy with the way the season has gone so far it was a shame to lose our top 85 rider so early in the season with a broken leg but am glad to say David Keet is on the mend and starts training soon on the 125 KTM’.

We set out this year to bring on some of the younger riders ready for 2014 and to achieve some podiums in the nationals and we have achieved what I had set out to do thanks to the hard work of the riders and the sponsors support and back up.

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