Six Year Old Son Lives His Father’s Dream Of Becoming A Racer!
This 6 year old boy fulfilled his father’s dream of becoming a racer. The father had to quit racing due to lack of funds but the son made it happen! A father who struggled to live his dream due financial crisis and got a son who had similar spark like his passion at a young age, father support his son with whatever it takes to make it happen.
This 6-year-old boy lived his father’s dream of becoming a racer. Raheesh Khatri, a 6-year-old boy is the youngest motocross racer in India. His father Mudassar Khatri was also a professional racer but due to lack of funds, he had to quit his profession. Moreover, his family and society were not supportive of risky-affairs with bike racing.
But as it’s always said when there is a will there is away. That’s what happened with this father-son duo.
Let’s read this amazing journey –
A father who struggled to live his dream due to financial crisis and got a son who had a similar spark like his passion at a young age, father support his son with whatever it takes to make it happen–everything you all read sounds so dramatic right? But no it’s a real story.
Mudassar Pursued interior designing as a career after quitting racing, soon after Raheesh’s birth when he witnessed the passion in his son, he decided to shift into automobiles. Mudassar stayed in the loop with automobiles through his bike dealership business.
However, situations didn’t favor Mudassar to continue his dream. That’s when he felt that his son would fulfill his dream of becoming a racer. He soon started training his son Raheesh with the basics of moto racing and in less than a few years, he became a professional racer at the age of 6.
Guess what happened after that!!!
By the time he turned ten, he already won many titles which include- ‘The Hole Shot King’, ‘Racer Kid’. Raheesh even got selected in MTV’s Top 5 Indian Motorcycling Legends. Recently in 2019, he got signed by Honda Racing India for national and international races.
This is not where it ended. Today he is the name for the world’s youngest drag racer. This fame and success were never easy as it reads to be. He at the age of 6 was getting trained in a bike which is thrice his weight.
His success journey included the passion and dream of his father.
“I fall several times and it gets extremely scary sometimes. It’s only my father who always comes to my rescue and motivates me when I feel low,” said Raheesh in one of his interviews.
Raheesh in the future also plans to represent Indian at the International level.
He was not only a successful moto-racer but is exceptionally good in academics as well. His father is his biggest support for everything he got.
“I feel the proudest dad when I see him doing Motocross better than most of the adults these days. It feels like a blessing to have such talent in our family and the best part is that I always wanted to be a racer and seeing Raheesh completing my dream is overwhelming,” said Mudassar, Raheesh father.
This story of father-son is a real-life story and is setting an example to every generation that trust and love are what you need to have on your parents and children.