Charlie Nesbitt recently appeared on the BikeSportNews.com website which received around 96,400 visitors in the last 30 days (trafficestimate.com) and regularly features in his local paper the Swindon Advertiser. The full press release is below.
Royal Wootton Basset school boy, Charlie Nesbitt, has just taken another huge step forward in his already successful motorcycle racing career. The 15-year-old has just signed for the Monlau Group to race in the FIM Moto3 Junior World Championship. This motorbike racing series is seen as the best shop window for up and coming riders to reach the pinnacle of motorcycle racing MotoGP.
After his incredible run-away success in the Hel Performance Motostar British Moto3 Championship the Swindon rider now has the opportunity of racing in an even more competitive championship competition.
The Monlau Group is an organisation in Spain that has a reputation of bringing on bright young talent and can boast that Marc Marquez was one of the riders to pass through their doors.
Charlie Nesbitt’s ability has clearly merited the opportunity to ride at this new level, and he can look forward to being well supported. Scott Redding has shown interest in helping the youngster for several years and has often provided mentoring and coaching. Now Nesbitt will also benefit from the experience of Michael Bartholemy and the Marc VDS team as his career progresses. Michael Bartholemy has over twenty years experience helping riders and teams and the Marc VDS team are World Moto2 championship title winners and also have a MotoGP win to their name.
Charlie Nesbitt said, “This is a wonderful opportunity for me. My family and I have given so much and worked so hard to get us here, and whilst I feel I have earned this opportunity it still feel very lucky to be riding for a team like Monlau Group. I am really positive about 2017 because I have an amazing group of experienced people around me that I can turn to for help and advice. I must thank my all my sponsors over the years that have enabled me to get this far and also Scott Redding, Michael Bartholemy and the Monlau Group for believing in me.”
Image used on website article: Bonnie Lane