Driver Name: Sean Hudspeth
Championship: Formula Masters China Series
D.O.B: 11 February 1994
Country of Residence: Singapore
Favorite Circuit: Nürburgring Nordschleije
Racing Hero: Ayrton Senna
Racing Ambition: To win F1 Singapore Grand Prix
Sean Hudspeth had a successful Karting career and, after initially testing a Eurasia Motorsport-prepared Formula Pilota racer in 2012, was all set to contest a full season in the revitalised Formula Masters China Series when his plans were postponed due to National Service commitments for the Singapore Army.
The 20-year old spent 15 months away from the racetrack in a Reconnaissance Deputy Team Commander position with the elite 1st Battalion Guards and demonstrated supreme skill during his term in the military.
Not only did he win team and individual gold and bronze medals as part of the Guards Team at the Army Shoot Meet, but he was presented with the Chief of Guards Army Coin for exceptional performance and great commitment and then the Full-time National Serviceman of the Year 2014 award.
Sporadic outings followed and top five finishes at the Zhuhai International Circuit were the highlights of a partial campaign, but Hudspeth is now fully focused on reviving his motorsport career as one quarter of Eurasia Motorsport’s 2015 Formula Masters China Series line-up.
Competed in first full season of the Asian Karting Open Championship (AKOC) 2012, finishing 7th overall with a best result of pole and a podium at Sentul, Round 5. Also contested the Sepang Round of the 2012 Formula Pilota China Series
Competed in first full season of Rotax Max Challenge Malaysia and Asia Max Challenge. Competed in two AKOC rounds
2 podium finishes in the SKC (Singapore Karting Championship)