: Bowling, R/C cars and monster trucks.
: My parents are probably my biggest role models. They have taught me that responsibility, drive and passion help to achieve my goals in life.
: I try to get myself pumped up for the event before it starts by talking to my teammates about what we need to do to win and perform well.
: I am pretty reserved and somewhat quiet outside of Monster Jam.
: My first overall racing championship in Crown Point, IN after only driving for a few short weeks.
: My family.
: The best thing about being on the road with monster Jam is getting to meet all of the great Monster Jam fans and seeing new cities. The worst thing about being on the road every weekend is not being at home or being able to sleep in my own bed and of course spending time with my family.
: I try to find something to do that involves competing or racing.
: Exercise and eat healthy as often as I can. Sometimes that’s hard when we’re on the road.
: Clean clothes.
: Wildwood, NJ because we got to race on a unique track on the beach. The scenery and people are very nice and the weather is always great that time of year. I also had a memorable and epic race against my dad during that event in 2018.
: I started working with my family on our Monster Jam truck, Jester. After a few short years, I became Crew Chief for my dad’s truck and then eventually ended up building my own truck – Kraken.
: Meeting the fans and getting to compete alongside some of the best Monster Jam athletes.
: I’m a relatively new driver so I am still creating my driving style each and every week.
: Follow your dreams and never give up until you reach them.
: In my short career as a Monster Jam driver, I would have to say that competing in my fire-ever event in Bridgestone, CT in 2018.
: All of the Monster Jam drivers give me inspiration and push me to be a better driver.
: Any of the Fast and Furious movies
: Impractical Jokers
: Always a character