Superbikes: Teenager Chrissy Rouse eyes MotoGP future

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Gateshead schoolboy Chrissy Rouse tells BBC Look North he is grateful for his family's sacrifices after he became the youngest ever winner of the British Superbikes Triumph Triple Challenge.

Gateshead schoolboy Chrissy Rouse tells BBC Look North he is hoping for a move to Spain's Moto 2 division with the eventual goal of racing in MotoGP after becoming the youngest-ever winner of the British Superbikes Triumph Triple Challenge.

The 17-year-old, who clinched the title with one meeting to spare by claiming his 10th race victory of the season at the iconic Silverstone track last Sunday, says he is grateful for his family's sacrifices to help his career.

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