With partner Christina. Has been instructing with the AISA Academy since 2011 which is the only racing school recognized by ASN and FIA within Canada. In 2012 had the pleasure of instructing and certifying for competition Michael DiMeo who went on and won a TC driver's championship in the Pirelli World Challenge. For the past two years has been a Training Manager with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Protective Services Branch (equivalent to U.S. Secret Service). Within my position I am tasked with managing the Advance Driver and Motorcade Training. I am responsible for the all aspects of the training from safety, policies and ensuring the deliveries follow the policy center's standards. RCMP Officers that successfully complete the training go on to protect VIPs such as Prime Minister, the Queen of England, the U.S. President and other International Protected People while in Canada. My work experience teaches me the importance of following strict policies and operating within high safety standards. I believe these qualities are important when competing in a professional race series. Lists his daily driver as a Honda S2000, favorite food as pizza, favorite TV Show as Walking Dead, racing heroes as Ayrton Senna, and Lewis Hamilton, and favorite track as Calabogie Motorsport Park.
Previously: First Race, Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, CASC three-hour endurance race, May 2010, in a 2000 Honda Civic, finished 3rd in class.Started driving on race tracks in 2008 and has experience driving all types of vehicles from Touring to GT cars and even Formula Mazdas. Driving experience is spread among the following locations: Circuit Mont-Tremblant, Circuit ICAR, Autodrome St-Eustache, Calabogie Motorsport Park, Shannonville Raceway and Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (Mosport). In 2011 competed in The Victoria Day SpeedFest Mosport Endurance Race – CASC, and at Circuits ICAR Grand Prix Regional Racing – FSAQ, Ted Powell Race Weekend at Calabogie Motorsport Park Regional Racing – CASC, Canadian Touring Car Championship ICAR – ASN Canada FIA. Dedicates on average of 10 hours per week sim racing and have been doing so for the last seven years.