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Wilson Racing are no strangers to the European Talent Cup, having made several wildcard appearances but in 2019 they will field a two rider team in the popular FIM CEV Repsol Championship series.

Scottish rider Jack Hart already has experience in the championship. He competed in the championship in 2017 and did a wildcard at the end of last season with Scott Ogden and Max Cook. Hart finished eleventh in the British Motostar series with 86 points and a season best result of fourth at the final round at Brands Hatch.

16-year-old Fenton Seabright joins Wilson Racing in 2019 fresh from an impressive first season in the British Motostar championship. He took a race victory in his rookie year and three more podium finishes. Seabright missed the last seven races after his bike was destroyed and he suffered a broken wrist in the first race at Cadwell Park in August. He still managed to finish tenth with 114 points.

Gary Wilson said, “We have done wildcard events in the European Talent Cup before so it seemed like the next logical step to set up a structure that enables us to race a full season. We are very pleased to have got Jack Hart back in the team for another year as well as securing another talented rider in Fenton Seabright for our European project. We hope to confirm our plans for the British Motostar championship soon as well.”