Jul 2008 — May 2009 · , UKShow More
Following ten months of testing, including having to evacuate my race car within 6 seconds and gaining experience of racing in sprint events I became and still am the youngest ever disabled person to gain a Motorsport Association National B racing license. Younger than Nicolas Hamilton when he gained his license!
Feb 2012 — Feb 2012 · ,Show More
The 2011 season saw Aaron enter the Production BMW championship as the only disabled driver on the grid as well as one of the youngest competitors. He competes using only his hands to operate the vehicle controls. Four non-finishes during the championship truly tested his grit and determination but he bounced back from these to achieve three points finishes, making him the first disabled driver to score points in the championship. A very successful debut season finishing in 47th position in the championship.
This determination was acknowledged by Stratos control systems, awarding Aaron the Driver of the year award for the 2011 season.
Jan 1998 — Apr 2006 · , UKShow More
The Basingstoke driver has an impressive racing background. Competing in motocross from an early age, he was awarded the ‘most improved rider of the year’ award in just his second season racing. During my eight years of motocross racing I progressed through the 50cc, 65cc, 85cc small wheel, 85cc big wheel all the way up to the 125cc class. Some of my big achievements along the way include 3rd at the All British Championship at Maisemore in the 50cc class, Multiple race wins in all classes at club level, selected as a member of the team that represented Meon Valley MCC at the annual ACU team event and 2nd in the Meon Valley MCC summer club championships.
Dec 2011 — Dec 2011 · ,Show More
In my debut season I finished 47th in the Production BMW Championship out of 74 drivers. This was including 5 non finishes and 3 points scoring finishes.
Dec 2012 — Dec 2012 · ,Show More
In my second season competing I finished 31st in the Production BMW Championship out of a total of 57 drivers. This included 5 points scoring finishes and being unable to compete in two championship rounds due to university commitments.
Mar 2013 — Mar 2013 · ,Show More
I am proud to say that I am an ambassador for the 2013 Mobility roadshow. The show is re-locating from the East of England showground to the Telford International Centre the 30th anniversary of the event. Since 1983 the Mobility Roadshow has provided the best possible showcase of all that’s new in the mobility market, from the simplest of walking aids to state-of-the-art vehicle adaptations or exo-skeletons to assist paraplegics to walk again unaided. At its heart, the show has always been famed for providing test drive opportunities in pre-adapted vehicles: this year, for the first time, those test drives will be taken on local roads around the International Centre, as always with qualified and experienced accompanying drivers in every vehicle to support and advise the visitor on a real-time driving experience.
The Event is taking place from the 27th to the 29th of June.
For further information visit www.mobilityroadshow.co.uk
May 2011 — May 2011 · ,Show More
In May 2011 I became the first ever disabled driver to score points in the Production BMW Championship at Cadwell Park
Present · ,Show More
I am delighted that I finished in 22nd position out of 47 drivers in the 2013 Production BMW Championship. This included 7 points finishes and consistently challenging for top 15 positions. I would like to say thank you to all of my sponsors for supporting me the way they have over the past year.
Present · ,Show More
The final points for the 2014 Production BMW Championship have now been approved by the MSA and I am delighted to say I came in 17th position out of 43 drivers. It has been a great season for me where I finished in 12th twice, 16th five times and 6 other points scoring finishes. The obvious highlight of the year for me was the two 12th place finishes at Oulton Park and a future goal of mine is to compete for the top 10 on a more regular basis. I guess the low point for me was at Brands Hatch, which is a favorite circuit of mine but I had a bad qualifying and was not able to recover the speed I know I am capable of. My biggest room for improvement for next season is definitely in ensuring that I qualify well. This was highlighted particularly at Cadwell Park where I qualified in 15th position but my fastest lap in race one would have put me in 7th place in qualifying.
Thank you everybody for following me this season and I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of my sponsors; Allied Mobility (www.alliedmobility.com), RAW motorsport(www.rawmotorsport.co.uk), CityGate automation (http://www.citygateautomation.com/) and CCL Vehvac (http://www.vehvac.com/) for all of their support over this season.