I have spent my life driving anything I can get my hands on starting at 3 with my first quadbike at 3 years old. I been drifting for 2 years, I taught myself through Gran Turismo on the playstation with a wheel set up. I then decided I wanted to do it for real so I bought a near standard Nissan S13 which was drift able due to a welded diff and coilover suspension. I went to a Birmingham wheels practice day for my first time ever on a track. I used what I had learn on Gran Turismo and got on well through the day. The organisers of the day asked me if I wanted to participate in a competition they had on that day, which was also an ODC round (Open Drift Championship) which I entered. There were various BDC drivers (British Drifting championship) and Martin Richards a Drift Allstar Driver (European drift series). I managed to beat them all and won the competition. From there I realised I had a talent for Drifting and a new hunger to compete and win. That year I entered into the Retro Drift Championship and came second in the championship after missing a round. I also applied for My BDC licence which I took and obtained. Various modifications were made to my car to comply with the BDC regulations and to make it more competitive. This year I competed in the 2014 British Drifting Championship. I had to miss the first round due to my gearbox going in qualification. The rest of the rounds went better until the last round where we put a newer fresher engine in the car for round 5 at Anglesey, which I managed to Win which meant I finished 3rd in the championship for my first year. For next year I have stepped up my game by building a new car. A Mazda RX8 with a LS1 V8 engine with a rear mounted Turbo set up, the only one in the world that I know of, It’s being built by Craig at Dynotorque. I Also own and run a drift school www.Driftelite.com where we put on tuition and experience days for all levels of drivers so Drifting has taken over my life.