Kiara Fontanesi- 3 years- her character, her racing, and all in between

Kiara Fontanesi- 3 years- her character, her racing, and all in between

It is rare to gain insight on an Athlete’s journey and experiences within their chosen career over number of years. To see a Rider as KTM Factory Team Manager Dirk Grubel states: ‘develop as a person, their character, and will to succeed’.

Kiara Fontanesi WMX Champion 2018 Photo Credit: MXGP

Kiara Fontanesi has remarkable story to share, to inspire, to let everyone know what can be possible, over time.

Having met Kiara in 2016, it was a privilege to be welcomed to her world, filming her every day-schedule, her after thoughts racing at GP’s, her willingness to keep life bright, vibrant amid training and official engagements.

More so, Kiara’s passion for racing is her conviction for managing her time, meeting responsibilities and obligations, never forgetting how she got to where she is today.

Gratitude, respect, grounded on what means most to her and family, staying true to Kiara as a person no matter what circumstances arise- these qualities stand out even more, over course of 3 years.

This is film edit on Kiara, from 2016 filming at WMX Final Round at Assen 2016, Kiara finsihed 4th Overall in Championship- through to 2018 WMX Champion for the 6th time.



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