Another Great Sport Story Waiting to Be Told.

     After finishing as Series Runner-Up in Canadian Regional Formula Ford 2000 competition in his rookie season as a formula car driver over a decade ago, it was clear Fraser was a natural. Racing open-class 125cc motocross in middle school led to an early and lasting development of a mechanically sympathetic approach to motorsport. Switching to racing on four wheels in karts proved an easy transition, allowing for early success in club racing in western Canada. Motivated, Fraser moved up the formula car ladder from FF1600 to FF2000 while pressing through University studies at the University of Alberta school of business.
     The resource-intensive nature of junior formula racing forced Fraser to make hard decisions to participate in the sport he loves on a more limited basis while putting more focus on raising his young family with his wife Monica in Calgary. Not "letting the rust settle-in", Fraser never stopped practicing in physically demanding karts, FF2000 and Formula Renault 1.6 chassis under the guidance of retired Formula 1 driver, mentor and fellow Calgarian Allen Berg.
     Inspired by the incredible sporting stories already told via the accomplishments of professional athletes like Tampa Bay Devil Rays pitcher Jim "The Rookie" Morris and World Heavy Weight Champion James "Cinderella Man" Braddock, Fraser's focus, determination and drive prefaces another great sports story waiting to be told."