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Introducing Active Adventures’ Sean Neary

Sean Neary returns to the Ducati TriOptions 848 Challenge grid for 2013 with the Active Adventures team and is determined to return to the podium as the countdown to the opening round at Brands Hatch continues.

What are your aspirations for 2013 and also your greatest challenge?
I am under no illusions that it will be a challenging year, but my target is to be on that podium as regular as possible. I have secured backing over the winter from Active Adventures and CA Drilling which should allow us to put together a strong team with a competitive and reliable bike. My greatest challenge will be getting the 848 to the front and keeping it there!

What has been your career highlight to date?
Racing at Assen in 2012 has to be my career highlight without doubt. It's a world famous circuit you see legends racing around while growing up so to ride it was unbelievable! It's got some mega fast corners and I can't wait to go back.

Why have you chosen to race in the Ducati TriOptions 848 Challenge in 2013?
It was an easy choice! The most important thing about racing is having fun and there is plenty of that within the 848 paddock. It's serious once we get racing but still a great laugh. You are guaranteed a good weekend racing in the Ducati TriOptions 848 Challenge.

What has been your previous experience of Ducatis?
I raced in the 2012 848 Challenge running in the top five of the championship until missing the Italian round after a mechanical failure at Snetterton. I also picked up an addiction to gravel rash and breakdowns towards the end of the year which didn't do my chances any favours! I absolutely love riding the Ducati and we can hopefully put together a strong bike which means it's down to me to pull my finger out. Bring it on!

How are you currently preparing for the start of the season?
To be honest it's a mad rush at the moment to get the bike and team ready but it will all be worthwhile when we get to Brands Hatch. When I'm not working I like to keep fit with the gym, football, squash and cycling.

With the new Ducati dealer league for 2013, are you supported by a Ducati dealer, if so which one?
We currently have support from Jeff Green at G Tec Performance and potentially Ducati this space!