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Luckily, Fenton didn’t fall


Fenton Harrison Seabright

2002, Alicante

#24, MiniGP 140


Fenton’s mother tried to persuade him at the time he got the first bike: “if you fall, I sell the bike”. Luckily, Fenton did not fall, or so it seems, because this year he takes part in the Cuna de Campeones in the MiniGP 140 category.

Fenton Harrison Seabright, piloto de la Cuna de Campeones
Fenton Harrison Seabright, piloto de la Cuna de Campeones

“My name is Fenton Harrison and I am twelve. I got my first bike at the age of five and last January I rode a MiniGP for the first time”, Fenton said when asked for his beginnings in motorcycling.

At the races in Sevilla, the first ones of the year, he debuted on a MiniGP 140 and although he faced more than twenty rivals, most of them experienced, the British rider managed to bring the bike in the second race to the finish line in twelfth place .

At Móra d’Ebre, its progression continued to rise and he stood one step from the top 10 in both races, finishing eleventh. Since then, he has also won a race in Murcia championship.

Fenton, who appreciates the support of his mechanic Samuel and his family, who accompanies him to the races, chose the Cuna de Campeones because he likes “the speed and competition and to meet new riders”. This young British rider would also like to enter the top ten by the end of 2015. Will he succeed?

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