I have recently completed an MSc in Motorsport Engineering at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David (formerly Swansea Metropolitan University), having graduated in July 2019 with a First-Class Honours BEng in Motorsport Engineering.
My principal focus of interest is aerodynamics and turbulent flow regimes, with 4 years of experience using numerical and experimental testing methods which have contributed towards my detailed knowledge of aerodynamic principles. I also have solid mechanical engineering skills that I have developed during my studies and work experience. I recently attained a voluntary position within a supervisory / advisory role to help guide final year students with their major projects.
I am a proactive design engineer, always striving to give my best, push myself and learn new techniques to achieve my ambitions. I am also a good communicator, with the ability to listen, gather relevant facts and make informed decisions. I will always see a project through from start to finish.
My aerodynamic design work contributed towards a performance increase on a Dallara F399 that competes within the British Sprint Championship, increasing total downforce by 20% and efficiency by 22%. This has led to a 1.5 second lap time decrease.