Jack began his racing career in 2017 at the age of 14. He successfully competed in Minibike Classes in Canada and United States. Within just one racing season, Jack moved up to the Lightweight Expert Classes and started to compete at National level in the United States at MotoAmerica.
Jack was born on August 8th, 2003 in London, UK. In 2008 Jack and his family moved to Canada. While always being active and playing sports such as soccer, golf and kickboxing, it wasn’t until 2016 that Jack found his true passion: road racing.
His dad, a former road racer, couldn’t have been more delighted about the new found love. The two started off on a road racing journey through Canada, United States and even United Kingdoms. Other than his dad, Jack looks up to roadracers such as Barry Sheene and Valentino Rossi.
While Jack’s favorite race track is Buttonwillow Raceway due to its superior grip and speed, he enjoys the battles with other racers and always strives to do his best on any closed circuit course – especially when racing his Kawasaki Ninja 400.
In only one full racing season, Jack moved from novice to expert classes and was even able to qualify and compete on a national level in the MotoAmerica Junior Cup. His goal for 2019 is to finish in the top five of the MotoAmerica Junior Cup and he hopes to move up to Moto 2 or 3 within the next few years.
To keep himself fit for his races, Jack frequents the gym work out and do some boxing. It’s a nice change of pace from the long drives from Canada to USA. Outside of road racing, Jack is a teenager just like any other. He enjoys banter with his fellow racers once the track goes cold, likes to spend some time in front of TV watching Family Guy or playing his favorite XBOX game Fortnite – he’s proud to be ranked #16 in his province BC!