Alpe Adris Championship 15 – 17 July at Most, Czech Republic


The weekend in the Czech Republic at the North Bohemian Autodrome Most hosted over two hundred riders from thirteen European countries competing for points in the Alpe Adria Championship. For Cameron the weekend did not start well as the luggage containing his racing kit did not arrive at Prague airport and is still missing resulting in Thursday being spent shopping in Prague for replacement kit.

From the start Cameron was determined for success with excellent times being posted for the third free practice and the Official Practice on Friday. Saturday qualifying saw Cameron in pole position on the grid and from the start of Race 1 he was out in front racing hard, taking the chequered flag some 33 seconds over the second placed rider and also posting the fastest lap time.

Race 2 on Sunday, Cameron was on pole and fought a hard fast race with Martin Gbelec from the Czech Republic to be beaten into second place by only 0.039 seconds, but once again achieving the fastest lap time.

Cameron now moves up to second place in the Championship behind Oliver Konig.

Commenting Cameron said, this has been an amazing weekend in Czech Republic, I love racing the EE125; I am so grateful to Roberto for all his work, help and advice and to my Dad and family for all their support.

The final round of the championship is at Slovakia Ring 23 – 25 September.