To be able to compete and continually challenge the top 3 in this class. Also to put together a team of family and friends that not only value the aspect of racing, but also commit their time and expenses to promote Autism Awareness!


"I started racing moto-cross when i was 16 and raced in the upper midwest. I won the Brush Run 101 in 1979 in the 125 moto cross class (took home a whopping $432.00). After highschool I went to college and played football and ran track (pole vault and decathalon). After school the typical work, marriage and kids, however went to the Crandon off-road races every year and dreamed of being able to compete. In 2013 I was given the opportunity to race a retired racers truck for the next 2 years. This gave me the chance I always dreamed of and kicked off my career. In 2015 I bought my own truck and the rest is a very brief history of trying to be competitive in the sport and promote Autism Awareness."


Favorite venue: Crandon
Truck Body Style: Chevy
Inspiration: "Comradery of the team!!! The competitive thrill and challenge of this athletic sport. Also to make a connection with the thousands of fans and Autism Awareness. We bring our passion to compete in Off-Road racing and promote Autism Awareness. As the driver and father of twins sons with significant Autism, we are a team looking to make a difference both on and off the track. At the end of the year we give back to families affected and struggling with Autism. In 2012, we were able to assist 11 families:)"

2017 Season

7th: PRO 2 Championship

2016 Season

5th: TORC Super Truck Championship
5 podium finishes (2 second place & 3 third place)