As I grew not only in size and age, so did my desire for auto racing. In early 2009 my team decided to move to the next level, a Micro Sprint Car, I began in the 3/4 restricted division at Giant Chevrolet Raceway Visalia, CA. This would be not only mine but my crews' first experience racing on dirt. We approached it as a learning & rebuilding year. By the end of the 1st season I had accomplished a heat race win, a top 4 main event finish & a main event pole starting position. I felt as though I could run with the best of them.
Over the next 5 years my love of racing and a desire to win pushed me to always give 110%, each and every time on the track. Racing at Delta Speedway in Stockton, CA. for the 2013 season was my first year racing the Multi sprints (Supers). I was fortunate enough to win "rookie of the year" and the track championship with 6 main events wins, and then capped off the season by winning the biggest race held at Delta Speedway, the "Turkey Bowl". In 2014 my crew and I were a little frustrated with 3 blown clutches and 2 blown motors, and a host of trouble with the new fuel injection.
With my head held high and always ready for the next year's racing season to begin, once again I began to prod my family and sponsors, "I'm ready to make the move up to a full sprint car". So for the 2015 season, I raced a 360 C.I. winged sprint car. Most of the races were at Kings Speedway in Hanford, CA. Depending on a little racing luck and fast learning curve, I picked up a few additional races as the season progressed. 2016 and 2017 was an up and down year with engine problems once again plaguing my racing season, but I found a new love, non-wing sprint cars. 2018 found me racing only one non-winged race at Las Vegas where I started 13th and finished 3rd. Having another blown engine, my family struggling to keep me racing, I started driving a Micro Sprint for car owner Greg Gillespie. 2019 I'm once again in the seat of the #20 Greg Gillespie Micro Sprint.
I'm driven to win while on the track, but also driven in the classroom. I attended Reedley Community College where I obtained an AA degree in criminology.
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