When and how did you get started in racing?
Dad got me a go-kart when I was about 5 years old. We tested it a couple times and I've been hooked since.
Who had the biggest impact on your racing career and why?
Easily my father and grandfather. My father has taught me everything I have ever know about racing. I have grown up watching him since my first race when I was 2 weeks old. However, many people say I drive like my grandfather Peewee Flick, who passed away when I was 6 months old.
What would you be doing if you weren't racing?
Hating my life. But definitely playing hockey somewhere.
What is your favorite aspect of racing?
The thrill of winning, speed, and photo finishes.
What is your greatest accomplishment/best memory?
My first ever stock car win. Passing 12 karts in 8 laps for a go-kart win. And some of the shows we were able to put on for the fans this first year in a sprint car. Just to name a few!!
What is the worst thing that has happened to you in racing, or your worst season?
Blew 8 tires on the stock car in 2011. Just horrible, horrible luck. Blew a brand new tire before even taking the green flag.
In your own words, describe your 2014 season:
Incredible. By far exceeded my personal expectations. We, as a team, learned a ton. I cant wait for 2015.
What are your plans for the 2015 season?
Run for points at Mercer and Lernerville. As well as trying to hit some bigger races in the area, specifically with the Renegade Sprint Series. This will all be dependent on the job I can find after I graduate in May.
Where do you see Sprint Car racing five years from now?
Hopefully better than it is now. I like what some people are doing to make the division better. But then others are doing quite the opposite. The cost of these cars are so expensive that we need the competition between series in order to drive purses up and help cover the expenses.
What is your ultimate goal?
There are so many big races I would love to win or be a part of. Syracuse in the Modifieds. The Chili Bowl. Knoxville Nationals. The Dream at Eldora. I could go on forever...