Little Downham schoolgirl wins MRO Superteen Championship

STEPHANIE Flossy Waddelow, the Little Downham schoolgirl, won the MRO Superteen Championship beating a field of 20 male rivals. With one round to go, Stephanie is in an unassailable position and will take the championship, winning automatic entry into n

STEPHANIE 'Flossy' Waddelow, the Little Downham schoolgirl, won the MRO Superteen Championship beating a field of 20 male rivals.

With one round to go, Stephanie is in an unassailable position and will take the championship, winning automatic entry into next year's 125cc British Grand Prix and a brand new Aprilia 125cc bike.

After a steady start to the season, the 16 year-old Ely Community College student suffered a setback at the beginning of June when she broke her wrist during testing. Her nearest rival, Jack Blake, went 70 points clear in the championship. Flossy fought back with several race wins which gave her a healthy points advantage going into last weekend's penultimate round.

Two very hard fought races against her nearest rivals Alex Olsen and Andy Reid gave her a win and a second place which were enough to clinch the title. The final round will be at Snetterton in Norfolk on September 13-14.


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Steph's sponsors SS Racing, Signal-UK, Magnum Motorsports, Digital Creations and Halls Transport are looking forward to next season when she is planning to run in the British Superbike Championships on a GP125 machine.

If you would like to sponsor Steph or can help in any way please contact her on 01353 698967 or 07747161715 or visit her in the paddock at Snetterton.

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Stephanie Waddelow, the Little Downham schoolgirl, has won the MRO Superteen Championship, beating her male rivals to the number one spot.

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