In 2009 I bought my first motorcycle (a Kawasaki Ninja 250R) and started doing track events with NESBA. I began in the Beginner group and spent the season learning about body
position, where and how to place the motorbike, and building the basic foundations of how to go fast.
At the end of the year I moved onto my first 600cc, a Yamaha R6.
My second year started off great and I was soon moved up to
the Intermediate group. Within a few more weekends, I was
moved up into the Advanced group.
2010 marked a great year for finding speed and gaining
valuable experience on a bigger motorbike 2011.
In 2011 I spent a few more track events on the R6, before
moving onto my current motorbike, a Suzuki GSX‐R600. Feeling comfortable right away on the new bike, I began club
racing with CCS and WERA.
I was able to mix up the classes I competed in to prepare me for a competitive race season in 2012.
2012 I was 3rd in the South East & Mid Atlantic Championship when mid-season I sustained a crash that put my out of action.
I returned in 2013 primarily using the season to bring my pace back up and am back to running the same times as during 2012.
2012 Race Season - running 3rd in the championship until my crash in June put me out for the rest of the year:
March – Roebling Road Raceway:
1. CCS Amateur Middleweight SuperSport – 3rd place (grid size = 20) Sprint race
2. CCS Amateur GTU – 8th place (grid size = 24) - 25 minute race
3. CCS Amateur Middleweight SuperBike – 8th place (grid size = 16) – sprint race
4. CCS Michelin Pro SportBike – 1st (grid size = 1 for amateur riders ,but was running with experts and crossed checkered flag in front of 3 of them) – 12 minute race
April – Carolina Motorsports Park:
1. CCS Amateur GTU – 3rd place (grid size = 11) 25 minute race
2. CCS Amateur Middleweight SuperSport – Race 1 – 5th place (grid size =13) sprint race
3. CCS Amateur Middleweight SuperSport – Race 2 – 4th place (grid size = 13) sprint race
May – New Jersey Motorsports Park:
1. CCS Amateur GTU - 14th place (grid size = 25) 25 minute race
2. CCS Amateur SuperSport Middleweight - 20th place (grid size = 42) sprint race
May – Summit Point:
1. CCS Amateur GTU – 6th place (grid size = 32) 25 minute race
2. CCS Amateur SuperSport Middleweight– 18th place (grid size = 42) sprint race
3. CCS Michelin Pro Sportbike – 3rd place (grid size = 7) 12 minute race