Carl Fogarty determined to win I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!

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Carl Fogarty

Carl Fogarty "does not know the meaning" of fear and is "dedicated" to winning 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' explaining that he can't stand losing.

Carl Fogarty has an "evil streak" and is "dedicated" to winning 'I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!'

The four-time World Superbike Championship winner has no qualms about facing bush tucker trials while appearing on the show because he "does not know the meaning" of fear and is "dedicated" to winning.

The 49-year-old racer - nicknamed Foggy - recalled his determination for victory, even as a child, saying: "When I raced other kids at the back of my house I always had to be first. And when I won, I wanted to win more and more.

"I don't see the point in doing something unless you are going to be the best at it."

The mouthy contestant arrived in the jungle over the weekend but admitted although he is fighting for victory in the star-studded camp, he will take no notice of what the general public think of him.

He explained: "I don't care what people think. If you take 100,000 people, 95,000 might think I'm ace and 5,000 might hate my guts because I'm outspoken."

Speaking about his nasty side in 'Foggy: The Explosive Autobiography', he said: "There's no doubt I've got an evil streak because I laugh at other people's misfortunes. Anything which is not too serious I always find amusing."

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