Biographical Details

Date of Birth:
9th August 1999

Place of Birth:
Nottingham, United Kingdom

Home Town:
Radcliffe-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom

Favourite Food:

First Races:
Minimoto 4.2 race (age 11)
Minimoto Production (age 12)
MiniGP70 (age 13)
Aprilia Superteens (age 14)
KTM RC 390 British Junior Cup (age 15)
FPW Kalex KTM moto3 2016 (age 16)

All Motorsport, Cycling, Training, Skiing, Football, Guitar


Year By Year


2023 British GP2 Champion

Main Body: after a couple of successful years in the GP2 Championship, Cameron made the next step in 2023 by becoming the British GP2 Champion. a very successful year being consistent with his results, finishing every race and managing 21 podiums out of 22 races (7 wins, 12 seconds, 2 thirds) and scoring the most points out of all classes in the British Superbike championship (513 points). His eyes are firmly set on competing in a new class for the 2024 season.



Building on from a solid campaign in the GP2 Championship, Cameron was looking to make another step from his P5 finish in the championship at the end of the 2021 season. A strong opening round with a 1st place finish provided a lot of confidence through the rest of the year. A few unfortunate incidents throughout the year would make it difficult for Cameron to challenge for 1st place in the end, but with a strong 2nd place finish in the championship there is definitely the ingredients to make a title bid for the 2023 British GP2 championship. Cameron took home 2 first place finishes, 9 second place finishes and 4 third place finishes.


P5 British GP2 Championship

After a challenging first year in the class, Cameron’s confidence was clear from the outset in 2021 starting the year with a strong 5th place finish in the opening race at Oulton park. The consistent form throughout the year saw multiple top 5 finishes including 2 4th places at Cadwell park, ending the year 5th place in the British GP2 championship. Cameron aims to build on 2021s championship result leading into the 2022 season!


Top 10 in the Superstock 600 Championship

After a successful first year in the stock600 class, Cameron felt it was time to make a push and establish himself amongst the top riders in the class. At the first round of the season Cameron was able to achieve his first podium with a 3rdplace finish and strong points scoring finishes successively throughout the season. He was 1 of 2 riders to score points at all race weekends and ended up top Yamaha in the championship.


First year in British Superstock 600

Cameron’s first year in stock 600 saw him finish top 20 in the championship having multiple points scoring finishes and learning a lot about the 600 machine and the stock 600 class.


Gaining experience on a 600

Managed to ride a Yamaha YZF R6 in Spain at track day events early in 2017 and also took part in Valencia round of Spanish RFME Championship for experience before exams started. Took part in the Silverstone round of BSB Superstock 600, also for experience.


BSB Motostar, Moto3 GP Open Class

Riding for team Fireplace Warehouse, Cameron only completed 3 rounds and was forced to sit out most of the rest of the season due to a broken leg. Best placed 7th at Silverstone.


BSB KTM British Junior Cup – Champion

KTM Junior Cup Champion 2015 in the inaugural year of the championship. Multiple pole positions, race wins, podiums, and still holds the Silverstone lap record.


Aprilia Superteens, Nitro Newcomers

Multiple podiums throughout the season including 2nd &1st at Mallory Park plus pole position and fastest lap of the weekend. 5th in the British Championship in 2014.


Metrakit MiniGP70 and Minimoto 40cc Production

5th in the MiniGP70 British Championship and 6th in the Minimoto Production British Championship in 2013.


Minimoto 4.2B Air-Cooled and Minimoto 40cc Production

Podiums and 3rd place in British Championship 4.2B and 7th in Minimoto Production British Championship


Minimoto 4.2 Air-Cooled

Started racing in the series aged 11 with a 5th place at Llandow best result.