07/23/2021 | News release | Distributed by Public on 07/23/2021 04:24
I started racing at the age of eight. It was off the back with my dad, who I followed to racetracks since I was three years' old. He competed in circuit motorbike racing, so I was always into motorsport. At the age of eight, he got me my own kart, and it kept progressing from there. He stopped his long career in motorbikes to help me with my racing. Every time I went out, I was just having fun, and then as it progressed and I got into junior karting, and it got a bit more competitive (Abbi was British karting champion). That's when I really started looking at making a career out of this. After karting I went into Ginettas. I wasn't as successful as I would have liked, but it taught me a lot and was a great step into Formula 4, where I have been since 2020. I'm doing OK.