Native of Reunion Island, my passion for Motorsport originates from rally which is the highest form of competition on my amazing island. Then, I had the opportunity to live my passion and to compete in the local karting championship where I have enjoyed spending time with my father while trying to improve my laptimes.
Firmly convinced to explore the Motorsport world, I have decided to go to France and study at ESTACA in order to develop my engineering skills. My sixteen-month internship within the Boutsen Ginion Racing team was a great experience. I have enhanced my technical skills by working on data analysis on LMP2 and GT cars at events like 2013 Le Mans 24 hours. Being responsible for logistics and parts management, I was able to develop my organisational skills and broaden my technical knowledge by working closely with different suppliers.
Thanks to my year at Cranfield University within the MSc Advanced Motorsport Engineering, I have built a strong expertise in Motorsport engineering with a specific focus on vehicle dynamics. My internship in GP2 allowed me to develop great modelling skills and handle complex mathematical process.
I am now developing and applying my analysis and simulation skills in the WRC world.
Mes compétences :
AIM Race Studio 2