I want to build a career in racing.
I’d like to be a fully paid driver, whether it’s in IMSA, Trans Am, Formula Car, or any combination above. I love coaching and ultimately see myself coaching and racing professionally all over the world.
I love racing, whatever I am driving!
Why I chose TA2
Why I Picked SRF3
I picked SRF3 because it allowed maximum seat time for the minimum expense. It was a class where every driver is using the same exact toolset which allows the driver to shine. It’s also kind of a hybrid between an open-wheel car and a sports car, so it would allow me to lean in either direction. My family couldn’t really afford the Formula 4 route, but from what I have seen, that series has turned into a crashfest anyway, with 60% of the laps in 2019 taking place under the yellow flag, not much racing.
I figured the more seat time I had, the more wins, the more exposure, the more chance of me making a name for myself, and the more chance someone would notice me. If I raced SRF3 at 14 and 15, perhaps I could then make the move to an open-wheel FE2 car, or someone would like a co-driver in their sports car for endurance racing. I know it’s a long, difficult road. And I know that talent is only part of the equation. There are equal parts determination, skill, funding, and luck but I am up to the challenge and will work as hard as I can to get there.