Jack started his racing career in 2016, aged 12, when he entered the Autumn Castle Combe Junior Karting Championship. He very quickly began to win races and finished 2nd place in the Spring 2017 Championship, before winning the Autumn Championship later that year.
After winning the Castle Combe Junior Championship Jack started to look for new challenges and began competing in other rental kart events, racing with and regularly beating experienced adult drivers. In the meantime, Jack also began testing Rotax karts in Mini Max and Junior Max forms.
Jack moved from 4-stroke rental karts to 2-stroke race karts in January 2018, which was a big jump- made even bigger by the decision to start competing in the higher power Junior Max class. Jack started to enter IKR, unlicensed events at Clay Pigeon Raceway, Dorchester and finished in 2nd Place in his first full IKR Championship in .
Jack took another step forward by competing in his first MSA Club event at Rissington Kart Club in June 2018. The race meeting was being used by many of the British Championship contenders as practice for their upcoming Super One, National Championship round. Out of the 28 entrants, Jack finished in 17th place, amongst some of the best Junior Rotax drivers in the country, comfortably taking the 'Best Novice' trophy! Jack went on to compete in a further five MSA club rounds in 2018 and earned his full 'National B Kart licence'.
Keen to progress, Jack worked hard to upgrade his race licence to 'National A' status just months later and in time to enter the new 2019 Karting UK National Championship. Jack placed 17/ 55 in the Championship and won 'Best Novice' at Round 4.
In 2020, Jack competed in the Junior Rotax class of the British Kart Championships again. With a full year's experience of racing at National level under his belt, Jack was now a strong championship contender.
2021 will see Jack move from karts to cars as he joins Westbourne Motorsport to compete in the Junior Saloon Car Championship.