About Stefan Hill
Stefan is a young motorcycle rider from Coventry. Having started only 7 years ago he has progressed rapidly through the ranks to reach one of his main objectives; racing in a world championship at only 18 years old.
He is British with Bulgarian heritage and can speak fluent Bulgarian.
He has been on the World stage for 2 years now, improving quickly and gaining key experience to further him in his career.
He rode in the European Junior cup for 3 years every year improving championship positions until he was asked to ride in Qatar at the last round of the World SuperSport 2015 championship.
Stefan is mentored by MotoGP rider Cal Crutchlow who has helped Stefan throughout his career.
He has shown quick progression in the time he has rode the 600cc machinery. As well as talent and strong potential to be a front runner In the class.
Career So Far
Stefan came 2nd in his first year racing in the British mini moto championship.
Quickly moving up Stefan finished 3rd overall in the national junior cup with a total of 13 victories.
Stefan then spent 3 years in the European junior cup, improving every year to eventually running close to the leaders near the end of the season. Stefan was rewarded a wildcard ride in the World SuperSport Championship after an impressive 2015.
This was an incredible experience, with Stefan and the PTR team bonding from the beginning. On only his first time riding the bike and track against some of the best riders in the world, Stefan thoroughly impressed, leading to an offer for a full time ride in 2016. He showed great potential where the British team profile racing offered him a ride for the 2017 season. At the beginning of the season he qualified only half a second of pole but had to retire from the race due to technical issues. Shortly after he gained an injury whilst training and had to sit half the season out. Making his return after the summer break. Once back to full fitness he’s shown great potential with fastest sectors and closing down his time to the front runners. Due to this he has now been offered a second year with profile racing to give the championship his best shot. Looking to finishing consistent top 10’s and push for top 5’s as a 19 old looked upon by race teams he shows great maturity and potential for a future world champion.