Jamie is currently 20 years of age, and is participating in his 2nd year of the Pirelli National Superstock 600 Championship in the British Super Bikes (BSB) Televised series.
Jamie has a long running family racing heritage, which stemmed from his grandfather
Jamie's Accomplishments Through The Years
Jamie has been racing since the age of 11 on a Jawa GP70cc bike. He completed his first full season in 2009 still on the GP70 bike finishing in 2nd place in the LCRRC Championship.
At the age of 13 he changed to an Aprilia RS125 and participated in the 2 Stroke Novice Championship, F125 Championship, and All comers Championship on well known British Circuits such as Donington, Silverstone, and Cadwell Park. He finished 1st place winning the 2010 2 Stroke Novice Championship, 2nd place in the F125 Championship, and 2nd please in the All Comers Championship.
Aged 14 he progressed to a Honda GP125, and again finished 1st place in the NGRRC.
In 2012 at the age of 15 he took part in the NGRRC championship and finished 2nd, as well as finishing 3rd in the NGRRC Open 450 Championship, and finally 2nd in the EMRA GP125 Championship.
In 2013 Steve Patrickson of SP125.com approached me and offered me the chance to race in his team at the Snetterton round of the British Monster Energy Motostar. Then went on to then win 2nd place in the GP125 Championship, and was awarded the Edwina Overend Memorial Trophy for "most Promising Rider Of The Year".
Age 17 was my first full round in the Motul Motostar supporting the British Superbikes, finishing 9th of my class, and 15th overall of the championship.
Age 18 was my second year in the HEL British Motostar Championship, again supporting the BSB. This time finishing a top position of 7th and 10th in the GP125 Championship.