Hall moves to Junior Superstock for 2021

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CAMERON Hall will make the step up to the Pirelli National Junior Superstock championship this season as he moves to 600cc power.

A graduate of Thundersport’s Superteen ranks in 2018, the 17-year-old arrives in the cutthroat middleweight class after two seasons in the HEL Performance Junior Supersport championship, where he took a best finish of third in 2019.

Hall was a consistent top-10 finisher in 2020, bagging two ninths between Silverstone and the Donington Park finale, but the Barnsley student says he’s keen to take the next step this year with the Triple M Vehicles Kawasaki squad.

“I am so excited to make my debut in Junior Superstock and looking forward to learning the Triple M Vehicles Kawasaki,” he said.

“I can’t wait to finally get out and do some testing before the season starts because I know this is going to be a big step up, but I’ll give it all I’ve got.

“I’d like to thank all my family, friends and sponsors that have made this possible.”

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