Languages spoken: English
Height/weight: 5’11” / 165 lbs.
Current sports played: Golf, spikeball
Hobbies: iRacing, Mountain biking, flying drones
Snapshot: I am your typical Californian. I’m fairly laid back, love being outdoors (especially the beach) and can prefer 75-degree weather. I have a spec Miata that I enjoy racing and I am usually on iRacing before the race weekends. When I have the time, I try to work on my golf game and occasionally fit in some deep sea fishing or trap shooting.
Racing goal: To become a Verizon IndyCar Series champion by winning each championship in the Mazda Road to Indy, starting with the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda
Racing heroes: Josef Newgarden and Joel Miller
My fitness routine includes: Running, biking, swimming
Any pre-race rituals or superstitions: Always enter the car from the left side - and wear Justin Wilson-edition USWAG socks on race day
An interesting note about me: I am a third-generation racer with both my grandmother and father racing go-karts.
- Finished ninth in the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda standings, with a season-high fourth place finish at Toronto
- Finished second in the Rookie of the Year standings
- Won the Skip Barber Championship Shootout, earning a $200,000 Mazda scholarship for the 2016 Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda
- Was a Team USA Scholarship winner claiming a top-five finish at the Formula Ford Festival at Brands Hatch, England
- Finished fourth overall in the Skip Barber Summer Series with five wins and nine podiums
- Was a multiple race winner in SCCA Spec (Mazda) Miata
- Finished second in the Skip Barber Karts to Cars Shootout
- Was the inaugural Bryan Herta Career Advancement Scholarship winner
- Competed in two Skip Barber Winter Series race weekends with one win and four podiums
- Contested four races in the Gatorz Challenge of the Americas/Senior Rotax and two races in the SKUSA ProTour/TaG Senior
- Finished fifth overall in the SKUSA ProKart Challenge/TaG Senior
- Karted at the local, regional, and national level, winning five championships and six vice championships