Ten Terrifying Questions
1. To begin with why don’t you tell us a little bit about yourself – where were you born? Raised? Schooled?
I was born and raised in Pingaring in Western Australia, 350km south east from Perth. Back then we had a primary school, I had two other kids in my year, but it closed in 1998. In year eight, I went off to boarding school in Narrogin, which was not far from the speedway track where I started racing at 16. I left school after year eleven…I had no academic ambitions and was better at physical work. I went off to College in Perth for a six months secretarial course. The one job I swore I’d never do as I’d be stuck inside…but now I’m so thankful I did as I learnt to touch type quite fast. This lead to a job at Continue reading
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