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Lewis riding high after GB call

PUBLISHED: 15:08 09 September 2010 | UPDATED: 11:59 16 September 2010

Lewis Cornish has been selected by Team Great Britain for the 2010 Supermoto of Nations event which will be held at Cahors in the South West of France on October 2 and 3.

Lewis Cornish has been selected by Team Great Britain for the 2010 Supermoto of Nations event which will be held at Cahors in the South West of France on October 2 and 3.

Thrilled to be joining his two team-mates Lee Williams and Ben Robb in the under 21 Team GB squad Yarmouth-born Lewis and his parents will soon be heading off on a mammoth 1600-mile European road trip.

The trip will not only involve a visit to Cahors but will also on the return journey home see them stop off at the Mettet Superbiker event in Belgium the following weekend. This will provide Lewis once again with the opportunity to compete against not only some of the worlds elite Supermoto racers, but also stars from the world of road racing and motocross as they all fight for supremacy at this legendary event.

“I'm absolutely buzzing with excitement, I couldn't believe it when I got the call and I can't wait to be part of Team GB and represent my Country. It's the best news I've had all year.''

Lewis, 17, the youngest member of Team GB, knows how tough the Olympics of supermoto event will be. The very best riders from countries all over the World put their usual rivalries aside to compete as a national team to decide who really are the masters of supermoto. Current champions Germany will find it difficult to retain their crown as Team Italia are clear favorites.


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