Beginning his racing career in karting, along with his brother, Neil was soon on course to become one of America’s most exciting young racing talents. Crowned Vice-Champion of the 2012 Florida Winter Tour Minimax Series, the graduation into car racing only further cemented his natural ability and flair for racing.
His debut year in car racing saw him finish second in the Skip Barber Winter Series, the young driver took victory at the first three races of the championship at Road Atlanta and Sebring International Raceway, completing the season with several race wins to his name.
With experience gained, Neil went on to tackle the F1600 Championship. Returning in 2016, he earned 9 victories, 15 podiums and 4 pole positions on his way to win the title.
His impressive talent saw him qualify for the SCCA National Championship Runoffs, aged just 15 years and 242 days, making history by becoming the youngest driver ever to win the competition. This in turn, qualified him for the prestigious Mazda ‘Road To Indy’ Shootout.
Moving to Europe in 2017, as part of the Red Bull Junior Team in Eurocup FR. Neil narrowly missed out on a top 10 championship finish and achieved a maiden podium result at the Hungaroring. Returning in 2018, he remained competitive in the championship, finishing 11th overall with a best result of fourth place at the Red Bull Ring.
2019 sees Neil contest the BRDC British Formula 3 Championship with Double R Racing.
From the thrills of Thruxton and spills of Snetterton, to the pouring rain in Pau, it was a challenging weekend for Infinity drivers, but that didn’t stop them collecting a healthy haul of pole positions and silverware. Join us as we look back on an exciting weekend’s racing…