“Hi all, Media has been quiet recently for me, haven’t really been too motivated to post at the moment. 1 because there isn’t much racing going on at the moment and well, it’s been quite busy and tough over here sorting more personal things out. 10 weeks ago my hero, my best friend, my dad suddenly passed away at the age of 61, due to a heart attack. It was the most traumatic experience I think I will ever have. My relationship with my Dad was like no other, there wasn’t a time where we weren’t laughing together or messing around wherever we were. He really was my best friend who I did everything with. We worked hard together and chased a dream together that I’m going to achieve for him. If it wasn’t for him I wouldn’t be the person I am today and in the position I’m in. My only goal in life now is to make him proud by doing everything possible to get where we should’ve been together and show him what he’s created with my life as an example. Going forward I have made the responsible decision to not race this year in the Ginetta GT5 Championship, but I will and have been continuing to do the most to make sure I get back on the grid soon and to secure my future. The week before dad passed I made him a promise that I would become a champion again and he would see it, nothing motivates me more than him and to see the happiness on his face when I race. I’m going to do whatever is necessary to make that happen. The love and support from family and friends has made these past 10 weeks a lot easier than it should’ve been, and I’m so grateful for it. Thank you all❤️ Sorry it’s been a long one, just needed to get that out the way for now. My message to everyone is to be grateful what you have, make the most of it and never push family away before it’s too late, life’s too short people. Work hard and love all. JS Signing off.” “Nobody is going to hit as hard as life, but it ain’t about hard you hit, it’s about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward.