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TJ is a professional race car driver residing in Vacaville, CA. He started his racing career at a very young age of 8 years old in the sport of karting, known as the “purest form of motorsports”. Winning numerous titles and races in the competitive karting ranks at the junior and senior national level, helped TJ make the leap into formula car racing while still in high school. In 2013 TJ won 3 different formula car championships with a total of 17 race wins culminating in being crowned the Formula Mazda National Champion. Throughout TJ’s high school career he was a dual sport athlete, racing karts to cars as one of the sports as well as being the starting “second-team all league” wide receiver for his section championship winning high school football team as the other sport. His football accomplishments in high school allowed him to receive a scholarship to play collegiate football at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, WA. Balancing his freshman year of college as a full time student, full time race car driver, and college football player, TJ decided to hang up the jersey after his first collegiate year and continue his passion for racing which meant leaving PLU altogether and switching to an online school, Grand Canyon University. The 2014 racing season saw TJ take his talents overseas to England, to compete in the highly regarded Protyre Formula Renault series where he finished a solid 6th place in the championship standings for his first venture into racing in Europe and garnered 6 Top-5 finishes, highlighted by a best result of 4th place. The 2015 racing season should be a huge year for TJ, as he will make the jump to the ultra-competitive Formula Renault ALPS championship which races all across Europe.