“It’s beyond us” Nigerian supermodel, Oluchi Onweagba celebrates as her son is signed by McLaren Racing

"It's beyond us" Nigerian supermodel, Oluchi Onweagba celebrates as her son is signed by McLaren Racing

Ugo Ugochukwu, the first son of supermodel Oluchi Onweagba, has been signed by McLaren Racing, one of the top racing teams in the world.

Ugochukwu, who is just 13, and represents the United States, has been winning racing awards since he was as young as age 8.

"It's beyond us" Nigerian supermodel, Oluchi Onweagba celebrates as her son is signed by McLaren Racing

"It's beyond us" Nigerian supermodel, Oluchi Onweagba celebrates as her son is signed by McLaren Racing

He has won a slew of titles in the United States and Europe and most recently won the 2020 FIA OKJ European Championship.

"It's beyond us" Nigerian supermodel, Oluchi Onweagba celebrates as her son is signed by McLaren Racing

This caught the attention of McLaren, the same racing team that signed a young Lewis Hamilton, who has gone on to dominate the world of Formula One.

Reacting to her son’s signing, Oluchi Onweagba wrote on Instagram: “Thank you GOD! Angels in the heavenlies Thank you! Watch over your Son. @ugougochukwu It’s beyond us.”

"It's beyond us" Nigerian supermodel, Oluchi Onweagba celebrates as her son is signed by McLaren Racing

Ugochukwu also took to Instagram to announce the news, writing: “Thank you Mr Zak Brown and the entire Mclaren team for believing in me. Together, we will get there.”

"It's beyond us" Nigerian supermodel, Oluchi Onweagba celebrates as her son is signed by McLaren Racing

Oluchi shares son Ugochukwu with Luca Orlandi, an Italian fashion designer. Together, they have two sons.

"It's beyond us" Nigerian supermodel, Oluchi Onweagba celebrates as her son is signed by McLaren Racing

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