NETHERTON racer Josh Caygill is heading for the sun as he looks to build on a promising first season in the British Supersport Championship.
The 22-year-old’s first season in the competition saw him among the points at Knockhill and at Thruxton, but he feels there is plenty more to come.
“I feel to have matured as a rider and a person,” said Caygill.
“I try to give 110% each time I go out and it has been a great test of character.
“And it has made me more determined for the 2012 season to improve and consistently be running in the points.”Š
MAP Triumph team rider Caygill will start the preparation for next year’s British Superbike season out in Spain.
“We have a good winter of testing ahead of us, with a trip to Spain after Christmas,” said Caygill.
“So there is plenty to look forward to and I shall be conditioning myself over the winter as ever with my fitness coach and working towards fine tuning my fitness to help me achieve my goals for next year.
“This season has been a massive learning curve, but it has also given us a great base to work from towards next year.”