Languages spoken: English, German
Height/weight: 5’6.5” / 135 lbs.
Education: Ten years in a German school and two years in American public school
Current sports played: Alpine ski racing
Hobbies: Mountain biking and racing games (Forza, iRacing, GranTurismo)
Racing goal: To become a professional driver in INDYCAR or F1
Racing hero: Sebastian Vettel
My fitness routine includes: A lot of upper body routines mixed with cardio training
Any pre-race rituals or superstitions: I always put my left glove on first and I always get into the car from the left.
An interesting note about me: I like to watch ski racing because I race myself, and my favorite skier is Mikaela Shiffrin
- Completed the full-time switch to cars, finishing seventh as a 14-year-old rookie in the F1600 Championship Series despite missing the opening six races due to age restrictions
- Claimed one race win and three second-place finishes
- Made his debut in the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Series during the season finale at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca
- Qualified on pole for his debut in the F2000 Championship Series at VIRginia International Raceway in October before crashing out of the race while holding an eight-second lead
- Posted the third-fastest time during the Chris Griffis Memorial Mazda Road to Indy Test at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway GP circuit.
- Participated in the Florida Winter Tour, Junior ROK and SKUSA Junior and S5 series while beginning his transition to car racing by driving a shifter kart, then completing both a 2-Day and 3-Day course at the Skip Barber Racing School
- Tested extensively in an F1600 Mygale.
- Competed in a total of 23 races in the Florida Winter Tour, Rotax Max Challenge and SKUSA competition.
- Moved up to the Florida Winter Tour, Rotax Max Challenge and SKUSA, competing in a total of 21 events.
- Participated in the MKA Man Cup and the 10-round Great Lakes Sprint Series.
- Participated in the Cadet and Sportsman classes of of the BeaveRun Club Series in Wampum, Pa.
- Began karting at age 7 in the Summit Point Junior League (for drivers up to 10 years old), winning the Spring Series Championship.