St Neots Cycling Club enjoyed a second victorious weekend with their youngest member winning the Keysoe Road Race, his second win in two weeks. On the 21st of March Titan Motorsport apprentice, Jacob Hennessy, was thrilled to win his second Road Race in Keysoe, Bedfordshire. Jacob was racing for St Neots Cycling Club, which entered a 5-man team in the event also including last year’s winner Joe Finucane, along with Dan Baxter, Alasdair Higgins and David Palmer.
The race was the third event out of four in the NCRA March Road Race Series. Hennessy, 18, was unable to compete in the first race due to injury but delighted the crowd by winning his second successive race in the series, particularly as the latest win was on home ground.
Hennessy has been training with St Neots Cycling Club for the last 18 months and has been supported and encouraged by the more experienced riders. He rides on the weekly Sunday-rides and Tuesday chain-gang with the club. He fits in extra training in the week by riding after work.
Titan Motorsport are delighted to be supporting Hennessy in his cycling pursuits; after creating a great first impression whilst on work experience from school, he joined the team as an apprentice. He is currently working on the development of Titan’s new Resin Transfer Moulding process, producing lightweight carbon products for the motorsport market.