90 Seconds with Natasha Seatter
This promising race driver and helicopter pilot has been blazing a trail for Malaysian and Asian sporting youth since she made her debut in karting and junior formula car racing in 2009.
What would you be if not a racing driver?
Helicopter Pilot, chef, Biologist
Do you have any pre-race superstitions?
Come to think of it I thought I didn't but I guess I do. listening to music in my quiet little space or just somewhere away from everyone, getting into the car right side first but only applies to open wheeler haha then neck crack/stretch before being strapped.
What is your favourite racing circuit?
I haven't had a chance to see the tracks in Europe but in Asia so far I would say Macau Street Circuit (it's by far the most exciting!)
Who do you admire the most?
Arton Senna, Sebastian Vettel, Susie Wolfe
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Which other series would you like to race in?
WTCC, Le Mans, Indylights, NASCAR, Porsche Supercup, FIA World Endurance Championship i pretty much love driving literally anything or any opportunity to drive would make me the most happy!
What road car do you drive?
Volvo V40 CrossCountry (it's got a nice kick) and Favourite Cars are BMW M2, BMW M4 GTS, Aston Martin DB11 & Porsche 911 GT3 RS, 911 Turbo S
Most memorable racing moment?
Winning Petronas Scholarship, winning my first Championship in FG1000, top 5 finish MMER (12 Hour Malaysian Merdeka Endurance Race).
Do you have any tattoo's, if so what and where (be honest!)?
Yes on my feet Left says: Fearless (I always push the limits especially the brake limit, whatever scares me just wakes me up and makes me stronger. I was told I brake by far the latest it's just a positive reminder that I push hard to beat my fears and have the strength to do so), Right says: Rock 'n' Roll (it's that feeling you get when you are waiting for all those red lights to go off and the green flag to be flagged and your revving your engine so loud, heart pumping. you are so ready to go kick some ass.)