profile1After many years gaining experience on Mini Moto’s and Metrakits with FAB Racing throughout the UK and taking the mini GP 50 and mini GP 70 Championships, Roger Keys of FAB gave me the opportunity to compete on the Engines Engineering 125GP machine in the HEL Performance British Motostar Championship 2015. Taking my first win of 2015 on this machine at Knockhill, a succession of further wins
closely followed, with the highlight being a double 1st at Assen Circuit. During the season I was mentored by Roberto Baglioni, from Engines Engineering, who advanced my technique, skill and outlook to racing.

The 2015 season finished with 6th place in the championship, starting the season on a loaned Honda from Alistaire at Motor Sense, and missing the last round at Brands Hatch in September to attend the Red Bull Rookies selection event; making it to the final stage, but sadly no British rider was selected.

The 2016 season saw me competing on-board a standard Honda NSF250R machine as a rider for the FAB Racing Team in the HEL Performance British Motostar Championship Standard Class, a support class within the British Superbike Championship.

Towards the end of May 2016, I was invited to compete in the Moto 3 Open class of the Alpe Adria Road Racing Championship, riding the Engines Engineering 125GP machine. This championship is open to competitors from all over Europe, taking place within the countries of the Alpine-Adriatic region: Slovakia, Hungary, Croatia and The Czech Republic. Supported by Roberto Baglioni, who mentored me whilst
ensuring the EE125 was race ready. I succeeded in winning the Championship and as the only rider from the UK also represented my country.

In 2017, I competed in the HEL Performance British Motostar Championship standard class on the Honda NSF250R for the FAB team which proved somewhat of a juggling act for me as I had to balance racing around GCSE exams.

August 2017 and having been shortlisted from more than 200 applicants from within the British Isles, I attended the Selection Event at Silverstone along with 90 other riders for the new British Talent Cup Championship and was successful in being accepted as one of the full time entrants to the British Talent Cup for 2018 which could be the first step onto the road to MotoGP™.

In addition to the British Talent Cup, I again competed in the HEL Performance British Motostar Championship standard class also on board a Honda NSF250R.

At the end of the 2018 season I was selected to compete for a second year in the British Talent Cup.

In 2019 as well as competing in The British Talent Cup Championship, I continued to competeand in the HEL Performance British Motorstar Championship standard class.

The final round of the British Talent Cup took place at the MotoGP Silverstone from 23 – 25 August 2019. Starting the final race on equal points with Scott Ogden, at the flag I was pipped into runner up by 0.073 seconds with Scott taking the Championship; but I ended the championship with most race wins. A fantastic Championship and thank you to Dorna for all their support and mentoring and my father for being my mechanic.

2020 will see me moving up classes and competing in The British GP2 class on a 600cc GP2 protype developed by Go Racing Developments, Nova Racing Transmissions and Chassis Factory.

I would take this opportunity to thank everyone who has helped me in my racing career to date; FAB Racing, Engines Engineering, Roberto Baglioni, my Sponsors, my Family and Friends for their support, all of whom have contributed to my success and achievements to date. In addition, thank you to the British Talent Cup Selectors for the opportunity they have been given to take my career to a higher level.

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