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Jaxson Watters

Driver Profile

Age

7

Location

Kennoway

Home Circuit

Cowdenbeath Racewall

Biography

At just 7 years old, Jaxson Watters from Kennoway emerged onto the racing scene with a name already synonymous with speed and skill: Jaxson Ross Watters. Born into a family deeply entrenched in motorsports, Jaxson inherits not only a name but a legacy of racing from his father, Ross Watters, a seasoned saloon driver.

For Jaxson, racing isn’t just a hobby; it’s a way of life. From the moment he could grip a toy car in his tiny hands, he’s been consumed by the need for speed. Now, as he drives around the Racewall in his micro F2, he’s already charting his course towards emulating his father’s footsteps.

When asked what he aspires to be when he grows up, Jaxson’s answer is resolute: “A saloon driver like my dad, Ross Watters.” It’s not just a passing whim but a declaration fueled by admiration and a desire to carry forward the family legacy with pride.

As the calendar inches closer to the 9th of March, marking the date of his first official meeting, it becomes a significant milestone in his burgeoning racing career. With the support of his family and the guidance of his father, Jaxson approaches the starting line with a mixture of nerves and excitement, ready to leave his mark on the track.

Beyond the roar of engines and the smell of burning rubber, Jaxson finds solace in the camaraderie of the racing community. Surrounded by fellow racers who share his passion and mentors who nurture his talent, in an environment that feels like home.

As Jaxson’s journey unfolds, one thing is certain: the legacy of the Watters name will continue to thrive in the world of stock cars. Despite facing a few crashes in his practice sessions, it is in these moments that his true character shines through. Jaxson picks himself up, dusts himself off, and climbs back behind the wheel with unwavering resolve, showcasing his determination and resilience. With each race, he inches closer to fulfilling his dreams and cementing his place in racing history.