BRDC Formula 4 Championship front-runner Seb Morris may be appearing in a high street window near you after the 17 year old was launched as one of the faces of clothing brand Jack Wills’ new ‘Young Britons’ campaign.
The Welshman is one of nine teenagers chosen for the campaign, with his image being used across the UK, USA and Hong Kong. The promotion is aiming to celebrate UK rising talent in sport and entertainment.
Amongst the other teenagers highlighted by the campaign are musicians The Loveable Rogues, singer Nina Nesbitt, poet Max Wallis and actress Clara Paget.
2011 Ginetta Junior champion Morris wrapped up his F4 campaign last weekend at Donington Park, a ninth podium finish of the campaign securing him third overall in the championship.
“Being a long term fan of Jack Wills, it was a real honour to be picked as a Jack Wills Young Briton,” said Morris. “I really love the direction the brand is moving in and can’t wait to see more of the Autumn/Winter collection.
“I am delighted to be part of a campaign that promotes and celebrates young talent across different mediums and, on top of that, being associated with a brand which is recognised across the world is great for my profile.”