Cameron Horsman comes from Forest Hill in London and has been racing motorcycles since he was seven-years-old.
He came through the ranks of the FAB Racing British Metrakits Championships winning both the GP50 and GP70 in his time. Horsman was then further supported by FAB Racing and Roger Keys in 2015 on the Engines Engineering 125cc machine in the British Motostar Championship. It was in the fifth round and Knockhill that Horsman took his first win. Of the seven other races, he finished that season he secured one second place and six more victories. The 2015 season ended with an invitation to the Red Bull Rookies selection event in Guadix, Spain. Sadly, that year no British rider made the cut.
In 2016, with the demise of the 125cc class in British Superbikes, Horsman switched to a Honda NSF250R in the newly formed Moto3 standard class. Riding for the FAB Racing team he scored 206 points and claimed a race win at Brands Hatch Indy circuit. He stood o the podium five times that season.
Horsman’s duties onboard the Engines Engineering 125cc may have come to an end in the UK but the owner, Roberto Baglioni entered the bike into the Alpe Adria Road Racing Championship, asking Horsman to ride it. He repaid the Italian’s faith by taking the championship title in 2015, riding in Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia and Czech Republic.
With Horsman sensibly thinking that if his future isn’t in motorcycling then he needs a backup plan he sacrificed some of his 2017 season whilst he completed his GCSE’s. Again competing for FAB Racing he finished seventh overall. He had two podium finishes during the year.
In 2018 he rode in the first ever season of the British Talent Cup. His best results were a fourth place at Assen and then again at the following round in Valencia. He finished the season sixth overall on 83 points. During 2018 he also competed in the BSB British Motostar class. He made the podium three times on his way to 203 points and again sixth at the end of the season.
Cameron Horsman has been invited back to the British Talent Cup for the 2019 season.
|Cameron Horsman||Forest Hill||May-2001|