- February 17, 1999
- Warwickshire, UK
Keeping fit, travelling & exploring new places, iRacing, and currently learning to ride motorcycles.
- FIA International Grade B
- ARDS Grade A Driver Coach
- NASCAR Trucks & Xfinity - short tracks & road courses
- ARCA - Superspeedways, ovals up to 1 mile & road courses
- Cadet, Junior & Senior Karting (Iame X30, Rotax, WTP)
- GT Cars (Ferrari Challenge, GT3, GT3 Cup, GT4)
- Prototypes (LMP3)
- Single-Seaters (BRDC & French F4, Formula Renault)
- Stock Cars (ARCA, NASCAR Euro Series)
- Touring Cars (308 Racing Cup, BTCC, Ginetta, Clio Cup, TCR)
- Road Sports & Supercars (Most Manufacturers)
"In order to generate funding and opportunities for my racing career I have taught myself new skills and been involved in a number of projects and roles including web design, an online watch store, marketing and managing logistics and operations for a global events company. Most recently, I co-founded PT Autosport, a start-up racing program based in the USA focused on providing opportunities in the Motorsport industry for talented individuals from diverse economic and ethnic backgrounds.
"Racing has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember, it has taught me many life lessons and shaped me into who I am today. The pursuit of the next opportunity, and the never-ending pursuit of self-improvement in order to show up and be as competitive as possible to, one day, be able to say that I am one of the best in the world is what motivates me every day."
2007 - 2010
Alex started karting at the age of 8, competing initially in local club-level competitions. After he won the club championship at one of his local tracks in 2008, his first full season, the decision was made to compete in the WTP LGM British Karting Championship in 2009. This higher level of competition led to fast improvements, from finishing 23rd in 2009, to finish 9th overall in 2010.
Carrying on the momentum from 2010, Alex moved from a 'Lad and Dad' operation to running with a professional team, JM Racing for the first time. He won the WTP Cadet Winter Series with three wins out of three, before taking the British title with one round to go after six wins out of seven races. This meant he was the 2011 British Champion as well as breaking a number of championship records including:
- Most wins in a season
- First person to win all three heats, qualify on pole position, set the fastest lap and win the final in the same race meeting
- Highest points total ever