HARRY Cook is set to make his HEL Performance British Junior Supersport debut this season after jumping ship from the British Talent Cup.
The 14-year-old, who scored a best result of 14th to bag two BTC championship points at Donington Park last season, is taking a step over to the production class armed with a Raceways-supported Yamaha R3.
Cook started out competing in the British Minibike series, notching up second place in the Bambino ranks in 2016 before eventually graduating to Thundersport GB’s Superteen series in 2019 and on to the Talent Cup in 2020.
But he’s now looking toward a new challenge as he takes on some of the quickest up-and-comers in the country.
“I’m really looking forward to racing in the Junior Supersport Championship and the R3 bLUcRU challenge cup for 2021,” Cook said.
“This will be my first season in this class and I feel confident already with Raceways support around me. They have developed a fantastic race bike and I’ve been preparing for the season ahead.
“We have lots of pre-season practice planned and I’m looking forward to the challenge under the Yamaha bLUcRU banner.
“I would like to thank Yamaha UK and Steve Rogers at Raceways for the opportunity to be part of a great team. I would also like to thank all my sponsors, partners and parents for making this happen.”