Ever since I was young I always had 2 passions, Aviation and Motorsport. My family have always been involved with Motorsport from the mid 60’s, my Grandad a Co-Driver in many different rally cars and later building a variety of racing cars, including an especially rare Mallock U2 Formula Junior which can still be seen from time to time racing in historic events in the UK, the car even won at Goodwood once!
At a young age I always used to watch the Formula 1 Grand Prix’s with my Dad on a Sunday but soon my interests changed, Sportscars is what I enjoy watching most and have been to all but 1 edition of the World Endurance Championship at Silverstone since 2012 and along the way getting the chance to meet Mark Webber and be in the AMR garage with Jimmy Broadbent for the final hour of the 2017 race. Motorsport is one of my biggest interests and it drives all of my friends crazy.
I have always been interested in video games and computers since a young age too, I was introduced to Simracing by my now best mate Sam FitzPatrick in 2012 and was hooked from day 1, in 2016 I decided to jump into iRacing, after watching a few RaceSpot TV broadcasts, and Sam followed a few days later meaning we formed our team, FitzSty Motorsport who have featured on RaceSpot TV many times in the VLN Series, DGFX and the 2017 Nurburgring 24 Hours.
I joined RaceSpot TV in April 2017, having never commentated before, and was instantly thrown into covering the 2017 Classic Indycar Series, a series which I have heavily enjoyed covering so far. Since I have also covered the 60+ Racing Adventures, 2K World Cup and Friday Primetime and am looking to add even more to that list. I may be new but I am learning from some of the best and have had the pleasure of working with Wil Vincent, Jake Sparey and Cisco Scaramuzza on many occasions who have all taught me a lesson or two and with every broadcast I try to fix the issues I found from the last one which makes my commentary even better than before.