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.
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.