Kasey Wyatt

Kasey Wyatt is a 14 year old schoolboy from Anerley in South London. But unlike some of his peers Kasey is different – he harbours a burning ambition to be a World Champion motorcycle racer and seemingly has the talent to do it!

Kasey started racing Mini-Motos in 2004 aged 10, competing in the Phoenix Southern Championship Junior Novice class. By the seasons end he had won five races.

In 2005 Kasey moved onto a 50cc Conti V3 race bike and entered the Road Race 50cc Novice Class, where once again after only five rounds, Kasey had won three races and regularly ran at the front showing he had adapted well to the new six speed gearbox. The organisers decided to move Kasey up to the 50cc British Conti Cup and again after a short period, he started to win again – ending the year having been on the top step of the podium five times.

In 2006 it was change once more, as Kasey moved into the 70cc Jawa Championship. Before the season could begin in earnest, Kasey had to obtain an ACU Road Race Licence at just 12 years old. Achieving this in a short space of time, Kasey then tasted big circuit thrills for the first time at Mallory Park. After only two rounds he suffered a serious crash resulting in the loss of his spleen - but only five weeks later, the gritty and determined boy-racer was back after missing only one round. Kasey’s best result at Mallory Park was a second in the annual ‘Race of the Year’, but he also won a race at Cadwell Park with the New Era racing club. In addition during 2006, Kasey rode the ‘Phoenix Mini-Moto Racing’ 50cc Automatic Jawa, scoring six race wins.

In 2007 Kasey took the big step of moving onto a ‘full sized’ Aprilia RS125 and rode in the ultra competitive MRO/Bemsee Championship in the ‘Aprilia Superteen Series’. The Championship was televised on ‘MotorsTV’ and satellite viewers watched how Kasey successfully adapted to the countries premier race circuits. By July, Kasey was on the podium for the first time and ended the series in 8th position as ‘best rookie’, regularly running at the front during the second half of the season.

2008 sees a return to the Aprilia Superteen championship with a view to winning the series and testing Honda GP125 with a view to moving up to the British National Championships in 2009. Other plans include being invited to take part in the ‘International Red Bull Rookies Cup’, where if successful in Germany and France, Kasey will race along side the MotoGP Championship at eight world class circuits around Europe.
For more information on Kasey Wyatt and his racing, please call:

Kevin Wyatt – 07887 951887
or
Mark Smith-Halvorsen – 07968 420154