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Antonin Bernard

41

Maria Bellot Bernabe

14

Billy Morgan

360

Carlos Espinosa (Reserve)

25

Claudio Corti (Reserve)

71
Rank
6
Points
54
Team Captain
Laura Jones
First Entry
2022
F1 driver Nico Hulkenberg is excited about motorsport and eager to play a role in developing safer, cleaner cities, making him the perfect team owner for eSC. The team will have to work hard if they are to keep up with the Le Mans 24-Hour winner who will be bringing meticulous race preparation and high fitness levels to the grid. ‘Racing in urban cities is unique and will be a great stage to develop sustainable and a safe mobility’ – Nico Hulkenberg

Antonin Bernard

Rider
Competes in the French ski championships and qualified to take part in European competition. On the racetrack, Antonin Bernard will be hoping to channel the speed of his hero Jenson Button. At the age of 10, the Frenchman was lucky enough to meet his idol at the famous Monaco Grand Prix and still has a signed replica helmet of the 2009 Formula One World Champion at home. As his father was a keen amateur racer, Antonin enjoyed his first opportunity to get behind the wheel of a kart at the age of four and alternated karting in the summer with skiing in winter competition. Three years ago, Karting took a backseat to skiing and Antonin made the grade to compete in the French ski championships and even qualified for European competition, but his time on the slopes today is dedicated to being a ski instructor. Now based on the west coast of France in the town of Saint-Georges-De-Didonne, Antonin’s main focus is his studies at university in nearby La Rochelle. After taking a break from his engineering course because of the Covid-19 pandemic, Antonin is coming to the end of his first year studying at the EIGSI engineering school. In pre-season testing for eSC, Antonin says a combination of his karting and skiing have helped his preparation: “I’ve understood the racing lines required and through skiing I’ve been able to balance myself easily, which has enabled me to find the limits quite quickly,” he says.
Competes in the French ski championships and qualified to take part in European competition. On the racetrack, Antonin Bernard will be hoping to channel the speed of his hero Jenson Button. At the age of 10, the Frenchman was lucky enough to meet his idol at the famous Monaco Grand Prix and still has a signed replica helmet of the 2009 Formula One World Champion at home. As his father was a keen amateur racer, Antonin enjoyed his first opportunity to get behind the wheel of a kart at the age of four and alternated karting in the summer with skiing in winter competition. Three years ago, Karting took a backseat to skiing and Antonin made the grade to compete in the French ski championships and even qualified for European competition, but his time on the slopes today is dedicated to being a ski instructor. Now based on the west coast of France in the town of Saint-Georges-De-Didonne, Antonin’s main focus is his studies at university in nearby La Rochelle. After taking a break from his engineering course because of the Covid-19 pandemic, Antonin is coming to the end of his first year studying at the EIGSI engineering school. In pre-season testing for eSC, Antonin says a combination of his karting and skiing have helped his preparation: “I’ve understood the racing lines required and through skiing I’ve been able to balance myself easily, which has enabled me to find the limits quite quickly,” he says.

Maria Bellot Bernabe

Rider
As a first-year medical student medicine at the University of Alicante in Spain who also raced motorbikes, Maria combines sporting prowess with brains. She raced in Moto4 and Moto3 reaching the Spanish national Supersport championship. Maria also competed for over eight years in equestrian events, plays tennis, basketball and football.
As a first-year medical student medicine at the University of Alicante in Spain who also raced motorbikes, Maria combines sporting prowess with brains. She raced in Moto4 and Moto3 reaching the Spanish national Supersport championship. Maria also competed for over eight years in equestrian events, plays tennis, basketball and football.

Billy Morgan

Rider
First and only snowboarder to ever land a backside 1800 quadruple cork. Billy Morgan says it’s difficult for him to choose the achievement he is most proud of in his snowboarding career. A bronze medal for Team GB at the 2018 Korea Olympics would be the obvious choice, but he’s quick to point out two other people beat him on the day. And he suggests being the first person to ever land a backside 1800 quadruple cork - that’s four spins mid-air - is a more memorable career highlight. From the age of four, Billy spent 10 years as an acrobat and as the smallest on the team was regularly thrown through the air and placed on top of a four-man pyramid. But it was a school ski trip that inspired him to take up snowboarding. “What attracted me to that sport was the freedom,” he says. “I’d had such a structured discipline for so many years with acrobatics and snowboarding was the opposite. You could just do what you wanted. ”After winning the British Big Air Championship in 2009 the self-confessed adrenaline junkie was third in the Sierra Nevada FIS World Cup four years later. That set him up for a shot at the Winter Olympics. He travelled to Sochi in 2014 to compete in Slopestyle and four years later won his bronze in Korea in Big Air. In his transition to the eSC, fellow competitors have noted his unique style. Look out for his ‘stanky leg’ which he leans over the apex of each corner.
First and only snowboarder to ever land a backside 1800 quadruple cork. Billy Morgan says it’s difficult for him to choose the achievement he is most proud of in his snowboarding career. A bronze medal for Team GB at the 2018 Korea Olympics would be the obvious choice, but he’s quick to point out two other people beat him on the day. And he suggests being the first person to ever land a backside 1800 quadruple cork - that’s four spins mid-air - is a more memorable career highlight. From the age of four, Billy spent 10 years as an acrobat and as the smallest on the team was regularly thrown through the air and placed on top of a four-man pyramid. But it was a school ski trip that inspired him to take up snowboarding. “What attracted me to that sport was the freedom,” he says. “I’d had such a structured discipline for so many years with acrobatics and snowboarding was the opposite. You could just do what you wanted. ”After winning the British Big Air Championship in 2009 the self-confessed adrenaline junkie was third in the Sierra Nevada FIS World Cup four years later. That set him up for a shot at the Winter Olympics. He travelled to Sochi in 2014 to compete in Slopestyle and four years later won his bronze in Korea in Big Air. In his transition to the eSC, fellow competitors have noted his unique style. Look out for his ‘stanky leg’ which he leans over the apex of each corner.

Carlos Espinosa (Reserve)

racer
Competing in the Spanish Flat Track championship, Carlos is a versatile racer with a turn of speed and excellent technique.
Competing in the Spanish Flat Track championship, Carlos is a versatile racer with a turn of speed and excellent technique.

Claudio Corti (Reserve)

racer
Former MotoGP and Superbike World Championship rider. European Superstock 600cc Cup champion in 2005 and runner-up in Superstock 1000 Cup 2006
Former MotoGP and Superbike World Championship rider. European Superstock 600cc Cup champion in 2005 and runner-up in Superstock 1000 Cup 2006
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