Dougie Lampkin added a tenth Scottish Six Days victory to his tally of wins of the annual Highland classic on Saturday 7th May 2016.
Showing signs of emotion at the awards ceremony due to the recency of the passing of his World Champion father, Martin, Dougie was a popular winner and both the third place-man, James Dabill and runner-up, Michael Brown voiced their respect for the twelve times World Champion.
Vertigo owner, Manel Jane who was on hand to present the prizes was delighted to witness Lampkin’s victory on the Works 300 bike.
Trials Guru’s John Moffat acted as master of ceremonies and stated publicly that the memory of H. Martin Lampkin would be forever associated with the Scottish Six Days Trial. He also pointed out that the best performance by a rider of a machine up to 250cc was James Lampkin, son of Alan R.C. Lampkin who won the SSDT 50 years previously in 1966 on a 250cc BSA.