My Goals.

My ultimate dream is to be the youngest American driver to successfully compete in Formula 1.
I’d also love to drive an IMSA LMP1 Car, but frankly, my dream is to make a career racing a car, whether its Formula 1, 2, or 3, or IMSA at almost any level. If the opportunity presented itself, I’d race anything …

I love racing no matter what I am driving …

Why I Picked SRF3
I picked SRF3 because it allowed maximum seat time for the minimum expense, and 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.