Hometown: Littleton, CO
Race Class: Pro Lite
- 2018 Bark River International Raceway LOMSCL Rnd 6 Pro Stock UTV – 3rd Place
- 2017 Crandon World Cup Pro Stock UTV – 2nd Place
- 2017 ERX Motor Park TORC Round 6 Pro Stock UTV – 2nd place
- 2017 ERX Motor Park TORC Round 5 Pro Stock UTV – 2nd place
- 2017 Crandon International Raceway TORC Round 4 Pro Stock UTV – 3rd Place
- 2017 Crandon International Raceway TORC Round 3 Pro Stock UTV – 3rd Place
- 2017 Chicagoland Speedway TORC Round 2 Pro Stock UTV – 3rd Place
- 2016 RMURA Pro Stock UTV Championship – 1st Place
- 2008 Big Country Speedway MMRA Mini Cup – 1st Place
- 2006 IMI Motor Complex CSC 85cc Shifter Kart – 1st Place
- 2006 Bandimere Speedway CSC 85cc Shifter Kart – 1st Place
- And dozens more podiums combined throughout the years..
I grew up playing with anything that goes fast on my parents property just south of Denver, Colorado. I spend most of my time in the race shop fabricating and fixing race vehicles but when I can I’m riding dirt bikes and mountain bikes.
I started racing 85cc shifter karts in 2005 starting out local and eventually going to SKUSA events. In 2008 we moved to asphalt oval track in a Mini Cup Car racing in MMRA and had multiple first place finishes. The next year I moved up to be the youngest Baby Grand driver in the country and eventually captured top 5 finishes.
After a year in the Baby Grand racing stopped for me to finish out high school and go to college. I finished out my education studying automotive technology and was an auto technician at a dealer. My father and I started a UTV race team in 2016 and swept the RMURA series with an undefeated season. The following year the father & son operated team made our debut at our first Pro short course event with TORC.
Over the next two years the team captured multiple podiums in the Pro Stock UTV class including runner-up at the 2017 Crandon World Cup. In 2019 the team made our debut in the Pro Lite class. I captured multiple top 5 finishes and a 9th in the Crandon World Cup 50th Anniversary and learned what we needed to know going into 2020 in the Pro Lite class.
Over the last 10 years and hundreds of race entries, dozens of podiums, and a lot of hard work I am ready to do whatever it takes to be successful in Pro Lite.