Favourite Drivers: My love of racing started at a young age. My family watched some racing, including the Molson Indy Toronto on Global TV, which was the only racing I really watched until NASCAR in 2002. At first my favourite drivers were Paul Tracy, Patrick Carpentier, Alex Tagliani and of course the late great Greg Moore, and yes, because they were Canadians. When I started watching NASCAR, I immediately became a fan of the Kellogg's car driver Terry Labonte. As I got older, I became a fan of Tony Stewart and Kevin Harvick. Currently, I have favourite drivers across many disciplines of racing including Scott McLaughlin, James Hinchcliffe, Kevin Harvick, Chase Briscoe, DJ Kennington, Gary Klutt, Alex Labbe and Raphael Lessard.
Favourite Tracks: Mount Panorama in Australia (there is not a cooler track in the world!); Sunset, Peterborough, St. Eustache, GP3R, Toronto, Edmonton, Bristol, Riverside, Lime Rock Park, Talladega
Why do I watch Racing: I watch racing because of the cars. I love the smell, sights, and sounds of racing. There is no happier place for me than smelling burning rubber, hearing the sounds of the engines, squealing of the tires, and the roar of the crowd.
Favourite Paint Schemes: Brendan Gaughan's #77 Kodak Max Dodge, in fact, most Kodak cars, Terry Labonte's 2002 Kellogg's Tiger Scheme, Kasey Kahne's Dodge schemes, Great Clips Dodge Scheme, Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s Oreo Scheme, Christopher Bell's Irwin Tools/Craftsman Scheme
Others Sports I like other than racing: Baseball, Hockey, Pro Wrestling
Racing Series I like other than NASCAR: NTT Indycar Series, Indy Lights, Indy Pro 2000, USF2000, V8 Supercars, Formula 1, Formula 2
Favourite Racing Moments: Junior winning Daytona 500 (both times), McMurray winning in 2nd start, Terry Labonte winning 2003 Southern 500, Craven-Busch Darlington Win, Todd Bodine/Johnny Benson winning Truck titles, Newman winning Daytona 500, Harvick winning title, Tony Stewart's last win, Labbe/Lapcevich side by side in Chaudiere, Brett Taylor winning Jukasa, 2005 CASCAR at Peterborough and Sportsman.