Born in 1985 in Tramore Co. Waterford, even at the tender age of 3, Brian showed a keen interest in racing, running around with his helmet on pretending he was racing.
When Brian was 7, he met with Hilton Hinks who was going out with Brian’s sister. Hilton would take Brian motocrossing with him right up until Hilton started short circuits
at which point Brian became part of the team, doing any jobs he could. This was Brian’s first real taste of competitive short circuit racing. Brian travelled to races throughout
Ireland, England and some European rounds fueling his huge appetite for racing. In 1999 Brian finally got the opportunity to follow in Hilton’s footsteps by competing in his
first moto-cross event. Straight away Brian began to see results getting wins in the junior classes, and quickly updated his bike leading to multiple victories in motox and grass
tracks.
In 2002 my his love for moto-cross translated to short circuit racing after getting a ride on an aprilia 250 racing bike. In 2003 Brian purchased an ex Hilton HInks Championship
winning Honda CBR 600, which led to his first win in Clubmans Championship, also finishing eight in National, third in Irish Southern Center Championship in his first season
as ‘Mac Racing’, the rest as they say, is history!

Best results to date:

2003
– 8th overall in Irish Clubman’s 600 Championship

2004
– Daytona200 Amateur Open Champion, USA

2005
– Daytona200 Amateur 600cc Champion, USA

2006
– Competed in British Superstock Championship

2007
– Runner-Up Irish Superbike Championship
– 22 race wins & 11 pole positions
– 2 lap records

2008
– Irish Superbike Champion and Southern Centre Champion.

2009
– Second in both Irish Southern Centre championships after only competing in 4 rounds

2010
– Isle of man TT debut with solid results: Second fastest newcomer ever.
– Top ten finished in Ulster GRand Prix debut
– Second in Irish Superbike championship
– Winner Southern Centre Superbike Championship and winner of the Mondello Masters.

2011
– Second in the Southern Center 600 and Superbike class in first full year in the Championship

2012
– 6 Superbike Wins, 4 Superbike Podiums, 5 Supersport wins and 2 SuperSport Podiums in the Adelaide Masters Series
– Adelaide Masters Superbike and Supersport Championship winner
– 22nd in the Supersport 600 and 25th in the SuperStock 1000 with an average speed lap of 120mph at the Isle of Man TT races
– 4th in the Supersport 600 class at Cookstown100 National Road Race
– 3rd in the Grand Finale at Walderstown National Road Race
– 3rd in the Open Race in Killilane National Road Race

First Ever Adelaide Mondello Masters Double title winner winning both the Superbike and Supersport 600 championships!

2013
– Isle Man TT – Superbike 18th over all
– Isle Man TT – Superstock 17th over all
– Isle Man TT Senior – Superstock 16th over all
– Various podiums in the Adelaide Mondello Masters and Irish Superbike championships but unable to put a full attack on either
championship die to lack of backing

2014
– Brian put together his own team taking on the challenge of both racing and running the team
– a range of podiums spread throughout the year.
– 8 outright wins in class
– 2nd overall in the Adelaide Mondello Masters Championship

2015

– 2nd overall in the Adelaide Mondello Masters Championship
– Fastest overall lap of the season
– First National Road Race win
– 5 National Road Race podiums
– Top 10 at Ulster Grand Prix
– 15 in World Famous Macau Grand Prix