Welcome to my blog!​

Here, you will find my report of all my latest racing events, from race meetings to sponsorship events, as well as any news that I have to announce. 


I'm proud to be signing for 2 Seas Motorsport as a McLaren GT3 driver for the 2020 British GT Championship in their gorgeous 720S GT3. 


Racing for a marque such as McLaren is a really special opportunity, with their rich and exotic racing heritage and I have no doubt their superbly engineered 720S will be the perfect tool to be competing at the sharp end this season.


Having finished P2 in the 2019 Dubai 24 Hours, it was time to try and go one place better in 2020. It's always been a ciruit I've enjoyed and with a strong driver lineup and a proven car, I was feeling confident going into the weekend.

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Having successfully completed my 2019 campaign, it's very exciting to announce that I'll be returning to 2020's first endurance race, the Dubai 24 Hours for the second year in succession. Last year was my first taste of endurance racing with the small but competitive CWS Racing team. This year, with a full year of GT4 and GT3 experience under my belt, I'm going back with Century Motorsport in the BMW M4 that I started the 2019 season in. 


After a remarkable podium on my GT3 debut last time out at Brands Hatch, I was looking forward to hopefully building on that for the season finale back at Donington Park. I was itching to get back out in the car and hopefully end the season on a high.

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It was my first race weekend in GT3. With a new car, a new co-driver and a new car class, I was feeling the nerves entering the weekend but I was looking forward to learning off of my teammate and 2018 GT4 champion, Jack Mitchell.

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