PledgeSports have the pleasure of working with some phenomenal athletes and teams. Each week we will choose one of them as the PledgeSports “Athlete of the Week” award.
This week’s winner is motorbike racing’s star of the future, 14 year-old Fenton Harrison Seabright.
Fenton has been in love with bikes since the tender age of two. His passion for the sport has continued to grow and he have gone from strength to strength, improving with each race.
Fenton competes in the Premoto 4 250cc races across the Valencian region of Spain and is currently the only British rider to be racing in all the competitions.
2016 saw Fenton compete in 15 races. From those he recorded 10 podium finishes, including a fantastic seven victories – not bad for his 2nd year of racing!
To celebrate his “Athlete of the Week” award we caught up with Fenton for a quick Q&A to learn more about the prodigy beneath the helmet.
Q. What made you get into motorbike racing?
From a young age I’ve ridden bikes, quads and dirt bikes. I love speed and I love competition. I have no fear, I want to be number 1, I have passion and I want to win.
Q. Who is your motorbike racing idol?
To win the KTM RC 390 CUP.
Q. If you could pick one race to win ever, what would it be?
The World Championship-Final.
Q. What do you say to people who think motorbike racing is dangerous?
Everyday people put there self in a speed situation, plane, train and cars ,I have the confidence in myself the same as they do in every day things.
Q. What makes you different to other racers?
I’m committed , bikes are my life and I have fire inside me to make me a champ.
You can check out this rising star’s incredible story to date, and play a vital role in his development by visiting his fundraising page.
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