"My Dad raced bikes when he was younger, and then he raced cars, and still does to this day for recreation."
2013: Age 7, Ipswich Kart Club, Queensand Raceway
"I started racing Go-Karts at the age of 7 years old however it didn't take long for my passion of racing to steer towards motorbikes."
First PeeWee 50 at age 4, 2010
"I was 8 years old stepping out on to the dirt track motorbikes for the first time."
Age 11, 2018 American Motorcycling Association (AMA) Flat Track Grand Championships, Springfield Illinois, USA
2 X 2nd Championships for both DTX & Modified (7-11 class)
"I commenced at my local club, Mike Hatchers Junior Motorcycle Club on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, which is the same club that Casey Stoner was a member of in his early days."
2018 Australian Junior Lites Supermoto Champion, Newcastle International Supermoto
"I gained skills rapidly on the dirt bikes and progressed through the grades and bike sizes. By the age of 10, I was tackling races outside of local club events at both a state and national level, within Australia."
2018 Australian Junior 85cc Road Racing Champion
"My family members all have a big part of my career because they also have to take a lot of time and dedication to support me just to achieve the goal I have."
"My dad is Managing Director and mum General Manager of their own business, I have a sister, she is 11."
2018 Australian Titles, Kurri Kurri, New South Wales, Australia
"Over the years the personal growth and maturity that I have gained from being involved in racing has been immeasurable. Even more during 2020 being away from my home for over 4 months to compete in ETC."
2020 Cycling near Valencia, Spain
"I intensified my fitness training and nutrition. I am on a routine cardio, cycling, gym, and nutritious healthy diet, which contributed to my improved performance on track."
"Being part of the SIC58 team has been an honour and I have been challenging myself further being with this team. Focussing more and taking on board the expertise they have to offer."
2020 Hawkers European Talent Cup
"I have learned to effectively communicate with people from all backgrounds, ages and cultures, and I have also had to behave and conduct myself well beyond my years of age."
On track with SIC58, ETC 2020, Portimao
"I learnt a lot of things in 2020, it was my first time racing in Europe and getting to race on more world class tracks which were amazing. I got to understand and learn a lot more about race craft and strategy plans throughout the season. I also learnt how to understand more about data and how it is so useful for you to go faster including making less mistakes on track and bike."
"My best race would be from the 2020 season racing in the Hawkers European Talent Cup at Motorland Aragón Race 3. This is my best race I've done because I got a lot of experience out of that race and I was fighting for first place the whole race."
"On the last lap I made two mistakes that cost me a podium and finished the race 7th which wasn't one of my best results. It gave me a lot of confidence to know I can fight for the win and battle more with the fast riders and can be on the podium even more."
"Another good race was Aragón during 2020, qualifying 2nd on the grid, and managing 3rd place podium in Race 1. It was a top result to qualify so high on the grid and knowing I had the speed for podium contention."
"My favourite track that is my highlight while racing in Europe has been Aragón because of the high speed corners and the track is smooth to ride on. Not often I have ridden tracks like the layout of Aragón so this one is very cool for me."
Asia Talent Cup Podium March 2020
"Racing is not all just about winning for myself - it is working with the team, and having to make sure we all have a great relationship to achieve the goals we want which includes winning. The most important thing for myself when I'm on the bike is to enjoy and have fun while having a once in a life time opportunity including always giving my best no matter what."
2020 Indemitsu Asia Talent Cup, Losail Circuit, Qatar
"When I am not racing or training I like spending time with my family and pet dogs. I also enjoy cycling, at school my favourite subject is Science. My heroes are Jack Miller, Valentino Rossi, Mick Doohan, Marc Marquez and Troy Bayliss."
With Jack Miller in Sepang - 2018 Asia Talent Cup trials, Malaysia
"My ultimate goal I want to achieve is winning a world championship, making it to the Moto3 World championship and from there try making my way forward closer to MotoGP."
"At the moment there is no expectations for the start of the 2021 season. I am going into two new championships as a rookie and on new bikes I've never ridden before, The goal is to make sure we are going forward each round and getting closer to the front pack and hopefully by the end of the season I can fight for a top10 or higher in the front pack!"