After three seasons with Racing Steps Foundation, moving from the British 125GP Championship onto the CEV Buckler 125GP and Moto 3 Championship's in Spain, the time is now right for him to search for other opportunities.

Fraser Rogers won his first Championship at just 9 years of age after racing away with the 2005 British Junior Minimoto Championship.

Fraser stepped up into 125cc racing in the 2008 Aprillia Superteens Championship which he won in his rookie year - a feat which only MotoGP's Casey Stoner had achieved previously. In addition, Fraser became the youngest ever superteens Champion and the Nitro Newcomers Champion.

Following his success, Fraser secured a ride in the 2009 Red Bull Rookies MotoGP Cup, whilst racing the Thundersport GB GP3 Championship which he won courtesy of 19 podium finishes from 27 starts, seven of which were race wins.

In 2010, with backing from the Racing Steps Foundation, Fraser competed in the British 125GP Championship finishing sixth overall and third in the integral U17s ACU Academy Cup.

The 2011 and 2012 seasons saw Fraser compete in the Spanish CEV Buckler 125GP and Moto 3 Championship respectively. 
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