2021 was the follow-on year from the year that was so badly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. One year on the racing world was still in recovery.
Between 2020 and 2021, there was also a rule change by the British GT organisers that no longer allowed the Silver/Silver GT3 driver pairings that I had been one of for the previous two seasons. As a result of these two factors, finding a drive for 2021 would prove to be significantly more challenging than in previous years. Rather than taking a step backwards into GT4 however, I decided it would be best for me to spend 2021 developing myself as a Pro driver and not commit to a full-season drive. So 2021 turned out to be a very interesting and exciting year for me with opportunities and drives that I would not have been able to do had I gone back to race in GT4. From Praga Prototypes to 8.4 litre Dodge Vipers, this year will be just as exciting if not more so than my previous ones!