I have long been exposed to the challenging world of competition, this includes skiing, and I recently qualified as a ski instructor with the French Ski School. During the Summer months I used to compete in wakeboarding competitions and was a member of the French national team. I finished by being the national French Junior Wakeboarding Champion and Vice European Champion for my age group.
I learnt at a very early age that is it not just good enough to have a passion for a sport, of course it helps, but it takes hours of hard training and pushing oneself beyond your perceived limits. You also need to listen to advice and learn from your mistakes.
I graduated from the prestigious KLC London School of Design in 2014 with a B.A. Hons in Architecture and Interior Design.

Pursuing my university education was very important to me but it meant that my passion for motorsport had to be put on hold until I obtained my degree.

That being accomplished I now feel totally free to devote the necessary time and energy to my racing.
I am currently working for a property developer in the French Alps.

My first venture into motorsport racing was last season. As a novice it was very challenging at the start of the year as I had to familiarise myself with the circuits, the car, the mechanical side and trying to optimise the drivability of the the car. However, I have gained a lot of experience throughout the year by analysing the data and gaining confidence in the car and on the track. So consequently it came as a surprise to finish the season in 4th place in the 2014 Formula Ford Championship.

I am now looking forward to the new season and the new challenges to come.




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