Kiara Fontanesi 2017 Women World Motocross Championship Season

Kiara Fontanesi 2017 Women World Motocross Championship Season

What does it take to achieve at the highest level in Motorsport, to gain top podium results, Championship Titles, experience the highs, lows and all in between to beat the best in the World of Motocross?

For any Motocross athlete competing at World Championship level character, skill, mind-set along with stamina, determination and affirmative visualization on winning is top of list.

For Kiara Fontanesi 2017 Women World Motocross Champion 5 x over, it is all the above and something else.

Most singularly it is Kiara’s ability to stay true to herself, to maintain grounded through-out racing: the hype- pre and post racing on and off the track. It is Kiara’s sense of perspective that remains her most unique character quality- always surround yourself with your best supporters, your family, close friends, people who truely value Kiara as a person foremost, an athlete second and a female Motocross Champion third.

Work as a Team. Work to deliver results even when the odds are stacked. Never give up and always strive to be your best, no matter what.

With a tally of 5 FIM Women World Motocross Champion Titles, this film highlights Kiara’s 2017 Women World Motocross Championship Season giving all a glimpse on #8 2017 WMX Champion.

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