Born March 10th, 1995
Weight 170 lbs
Favorite Driver- Aryton Senna
Favorite Place- Behind the wheel
Favorite Track (Road Course)- Road Atlanta
Favorite Food- Sushi
Favorite Music- Alternative
Hobbies- Racing, Running, and Working out
Sean always wanted to race from the age of 4. Sean started Racing Karts at age of 7. At 10 Sean raced 125 shifter karts along with a few Bandelero races. At the age of 11 Sean was a nationally ranked kart driver. At 12 Sean moved up to formula cars, and became the youngest driver in North America to win an Open Wheel (Formula Car) race. Sean then became the youngest driver to win a Skip Barber Series. At 13 Sean raced Skip Barber Nationals and became the youngest driver in North America to win a National race. At 14 Sean transitioned to oval racing in a Legends car, and dominated the young lions division winning Charlotte's Tuesday Shootout Championship, along with Atlanta's Thursday Thunder Championship. Sean also won the legends Million Semi Pro/Young Lions feature, along with qualifying 6th for the Legends million with over 300 participants.
Also that year Sean won his first professional Championship, winning the inaugural Formula Enterprise Pro Championship, along with various GT car wins. The next year Sean moved up to the ultra competitive Pro class in Legends and dominated again, winning the Winter Nationals, The Charlotte Shootout, And the Atlanta Thursday Thunder.
At 16 Sean continued racing Legends, GT cars, Prototypes, and Stock Cars (Pro Cup and Late Models).
This past season in 2013 the young driver set out and got another championship back on the Road Racing circuit winning the Cooper Tire Prototype Lites Championship. Also, having his 2nd place finish in his ALMS debut at Petit LeMans, Sean has his eyes set on the PC title in Tudor United Sports Car Championship.
To date Sean has participated in 171 car races and has won 74 times, with 118 podiums, 47 poles and 70 fastest laps.