Welcome to FHS Racing
Welcome to FHS Racing
Fenton Harrison Seabright has been racing for 2 seasons in Spain. In this time he has pushed his way from the bottom of the pack to the top! He started his passion for motorbikes at a very early age, naming all the different types and models on TV and in reality. With lots of persuasion his Mother finally gave in to a cheap Chinese 50cc motorbike. But as Fenton grew and got the taste of the speed, his Father knew it was not going to end there...... Purchasing Fenton his first pitbike. Fenton would train at his local track in Villajoyosa and soon caught the eye of many other riders, who are still friends today. One rider helped enter Fenton in his first Pitbike race at the end of 2015 - He came 2nd! This journey then snowballed into 140cc minigp in 2016 with Cuña de Campeones and ANPA. Finishing 3rd overall in ANPA and 10th in Cuña de Campeones. Fenton then earnt a semi scholarship for 2016 with Cuña de Campeones, and went on to ride a PreMoto4 250cc. Mid season Fenton broke his arm, and after many hospital visits and scans decided to still compete in 2 races (having his cast removed for each race and a brace fitted) this did affect Fentons chances but in his words "it is about the points Mum" Finishing 6th in Cuña de Campeones and 1st in Copa de Levante. Fenton has now gained another semi scholarship this season with the Valencian team and has also been given the opportunity to ride on his home turf "The UK" He has been entered to ride in the KTM RC 390 Cup starting his first race at the end of March.
2017 Fenton started his year with a 3rd, 2nd and a 1st at Donniongton Park circuit with the KTMRC 390cc bike. This was to be the same throughout the year and it ended with him winning the British Junior KTMRC Cup 390cc class with one race to go. Fenton then went back out to Spain at the Jerez Circuit for the World finals where he had a incident in the first race, he was leading and on the last bend on the last lap in the lead he let the front end slid out.. A very frustrated Fenton was devastated by the crash. The Mechanic worked hard and got the bike ready for the second race the following day which saw Fenton take the win and put him into Reserve World Champion 2017. After such a successful Year we was approached by a Sponsor who asked if we would like to enter in the British Super Bikes Motostar Standard class with a Team. We made the decision as a family to go for it, but knew Fenton had never ridden a Moto3.
Fenton was also extremely happy to be accepted in the new British Talent Cup for 2018 which is run By Dorna. So 2018 was looking to be a even better year. The year started well and Fenton was always on the podium within the BSB paddock, even taking a phenomenal 3rd place in the BTC after starting from pitlane as his bike stalled on the start line. Then disaster struck.... Whilst attending Snetterton BTC he has a cycling incident which ended his weekend in Hospital with a double displaced fracture or the ulna and radius. The operation was scheduled 3 days after the accident for his arm to be plated. The operation was a huge success and after meeting Shakey coming out the hospital was put in to contact with the wonderful Brian (The Physiotherapy Health Centre LTD), who worked his magic. He underwent Laser Therapy and Magnetic field therapy. He also attended the Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber in Chelmsford which is a wonderful charity called Charms. Once the plaster was off Fenton was desperate to get back to racing as he had already missed Knockhill and had kept his 2nd position on the leader board up to this point. We attended the intense Physio with Jon (Chelmsford Physio) who got Fenton race ready after just 4 weeks post operation. Fenton race at Brands Hatch but was in immense pain, gaining valuable points in both races. The following 2 weeks he went out and got a podium - Just 6 weeks after his double fracture. It all looked to be getting back together and we was at Cadwell Park when once again he was in the front pack when another rider in front landed after the Mountain and his chain snapped causing him to stop - with no where to go and so little time to act Fenton hit the other rider doing over 80kph and got catapulted off the bike fracturing his "other" wrist... The motorbike was then hit from the side shattering the frame and leaving the motorbike unrepairable. This unfortunately has put a end to Fenton racing in the BSB paddock for 2018 - We are extremely grateful to all the 47 Club, Sponsors and general public who have tried to raise some funds to get a new bike but we have only managed to raise 10% of the amount needed. Fenton will however be concentrating on the 2 rounds that are left to ride with the BTC. We are looking for options for next year and we have no plans as yet... So watch this space.
This year Fenton aims to compete in the UK and Spain gaining some podiums and learning as much as he can. Fenton has great support of family, friends, mechanics and a great trainer. 2018 we will be looking to move further up the ladder in the motorbike world and are open to any help or suggestions!
2017 We have some great sponsors on board but can always do with that little bit of extra help financially. Our main sponsors are family. If you feel this maybe something you can help with or are interested in please contact us via the contacts link.